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i  A.RDS. 


The  Lion 

FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.  OF  LONDON. 

Capital  Paid  in $4,125,000  00 

Capital  and  Assets 4,694,993  00 

Invested  in  United  States..        803,283  17 

The  LION  ranks  sixth  in  volume  of  business  on  the  Pacific  (.'oast,  among  the 
hundred  and  three  Companies. 


Washington 

INSURANCE  CO.  OF  BOSTON. 

Capital  Paid    in $1,000,000  00 

Assets 1,908,730  11 

The  WASHINGTON  hears  worthily  the  name  of 
the  "  Father  of  His  Country,  'its  steadily  increasing 
business  on  the  Pacific  Coast  attesting  its  popularity. 


Pacific 


riment. 


REPRESENTING    TIIH   STATES   OK 


California,   Oregon,    Nevada,   Colorado,    the    Territories    of 

Washington,  Idaho,  Wyoming,  Utah,  Arizona, 

and  New  Mexico. 


GEO.  D.  DORNIN,  Manager. 


WML  SEXTON,  Asst.  Manager. 


2ISSANS0MESTREFT,    -    SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA. 


>  I  NESS   CARDS. 


Y  ill  MOU 


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SAMM    &   WESTPHAL, 
Manufacturers  and  Dealers  in 


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Grain  and  Meals 

of*    J±XY     Kinds. 

BAY   CITY   ROLLER   FLOUR. 


Proprietors  of 

G-IEZRIIVC     DVC  IE  ^  L  , 

The  New  Breakfast  Cereal. 

GERM  MEAL  is  delicious,  easily  and  quickly  prepaid, 
and  is  indispensable  to  Dyspeptics  and  Invalids- 

Sold  by  all  Grocers. 

Q-xain.    IBcuLgrlfcLt    for    Casla. 

ICE  AND  MILL:  OAKLAND,  CAL 


BUSINESS    OAHDS. 


ANGLO-NEVADA 

Assurance  Corporation,    ■ 

OF 

San    Francisco,  California. 

Fire  and  Marine. 

Capital     Fally    Paid,    $2,000,000. 

Office,  410  Pine  Street,  S.   F. 


♦  ^q>^C  ♦ 


1)  I  RECTORS: 

LOUIS   SLOSS,  J.  F.  BIGELOW,  W.  F.  WHITTTER, 

J.  B.  HAGGIN,  G.   L.  BRANDER,  E.  E.  EYRE, 

J.  GREENEBAUM,  J.  W.  MACKAY,  E.  L.  GRIFFITH, 

W.  H.  DIMOND, 

GEORGE   L.  BRANDER President 

J.  F.  BIGELOW Vice-President 

C.  P.  FARNFIELD Secretary 


BANKERS  :  The  Nevada  Bank  of  San  Francisco. 

AGENTS  :  Oakland,  Jackson,  Vandercook  &  Melvin, 
"  Miss  T.  Rosenberg, 

East  Oakland,  Cooke  &  Waterman. 


\i:i)S. 


CENTRAL  BLOCK, 

1068  Broadway,  Upstairs, 

MRS.  M.  P.   FARRAR,  PROPRIETRESS. 


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Elegant  Rooms  Furnished  and  Unfurnished  at  Mod- 
erate Prices. 


Located    in    Business  Center  of  City. 

Cable  and  Fruit  Vale  Cars  Pass  the  Entrance. 


James  Galvin, 

Carriage  Works  and  Sales  Rooms, 

Carriages  and  Wagons  far  Sals  and  Ml  to  Drier. 

Horse  Shoeing,  Carriage   Painting,  Trimming 
and  General   Repairing. 

ALL     WORK      WARBANTED- 


11  &  513  FOURTEENTH  STREET,  OAKLAND,  CALIFORNIA. 


t  i:  i.  v.  r  li  o  \  i:     \  o  .    £  «.>  5 


BUSINESS   CARDS. 


2v£.    Xi.    TOHES, 

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Pianos,  Furniture  and  Baggage  Packed  and  Moved  With  Care. 

Bnsses  FnrnisM  for  Picnic  or  Pleasure  Parties  Day  or  Night. 

Stand  S.  "W.  Corner  Thirteenth  and  Broadway, 

—  or  — 
Orders     Received,    at    1115     Washington    Street. 


TINNING,  PLUMBING&GAS  FITTING, 

METAL    ROOFING, 

Artesian  Well  and  Hydraulic  Pipe  of  all  Sizes. 

303,  305  &  315  East  Twelfth  St., 
Steam   Power.  -  East  Oakland. 

Steam  Carpet  Duster 

And  Brushing  Machinery. 


Each  Carpet  is  (Beaten  and  (Brushed  by  itself,  and 
not  mixed  up  with  other  Carpets,  insuring  good, 
thorough  cleaning  to  each  Carpet.  All  Carpets  are 
thoroughly  aired  by  means  of  steam  blowers.  Call, 
or  send  us  a  postal  card  to  Jtfo.  1010  Franklin  Street, 
before  getting  your  work  done  elsewhere. 

Good  Car; si  Layers,  lor  Sewing  \  Laying  Carpets,  Always  on  land. 

A.  ROBINSOF, 

1010  Franklin  Street,  Oakland,  California.   Call  Telenhone  211. 


r.LTSINESS   CARDS. 


Should  you  wish  to  purchase  an  Artificial  Limb,  it  would  be  well  for 
von  to  call  and  examine  my  Improvements  before  purchasing  elsewhere. 
I  manufacture  •Dr.  Bly's  Celebrated  Artificial  Arms  and  Legs,  with 
Reed's  Improved  Ankle  Joint,  with  Lateral  or  Side  Motion  at  the  ankle 
like  the  natural  one. 

I   Manufacture  and  Repair  all  Kinds  of  Artificial  Limbs  and  Orthi- 

pedical  Appliances  25  per  cent  Cheaper  than   any  other 

Manufacturer  on  the  Pacific  Coast. 

Illustrated  Catalogue  and  Price  List  Sent  Free  on  Application. 

ROBERT  REED,  954  BROADWAY,  OAKLAND,  CALIFORNIA. 

JAMES   WILSON, 

MANAGER, 

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Plumbing,  Tinning  and  lias  Filling 

In  All  Their  Branches. 

Gas  Machines  Made  and  Repaired. 


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Orders   Promptly  Attended   To. 

GEO.    CHRISTMAW,   Proprietor, 

l&ll  Broadway  and  1306  Telegraph  Avenue. 


BUSINESS   CARDS. 


Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co 

Importers  ;m<I  Manufacturers 

—  of  — 


Picture  Frames,  Mouldings  and 

Nos.  412  and  414  Twelfth  St.,  Oakland. 

Tolcphone    .A.  d  dress    3NTo.     81. 


i  Joseph's  Academy, 


A  SELECT  BOARDING  SCHOOL, 

Conducted  by  the 

BROTHERS   OF    THE   CHRISTIAN    SCHOOLS, 

Corner  Fifth  and  Jackson  Streets,  Oakland,  Cal. 
— ♦ — 0 — »  i<- * — 

The  object  of  St.  Joseph's  Academy  is  to  give  boys  under  the  age  of  fifteen  years  a  superior 
Christian  education,  and  at  the  same  time  to  surround  them  with  all  the  comforts  and  safeguards 
of  home. 

In  location,  surroundings  and  accessibility,  the  establishment  leaves  nothing  to  be  desired. 
Its  scholastic  merits  and  adaptability  to  its  purpose  will  be  best  appreciated  by  those  parents  and 
guardians  who  may  visit  the  academy,  observe  its  working,  and  make  themselves  familiar  with  its 
peculiar  advantages. 

The  scholastic  year  is  divided  into  two  terms  of  five  months  each.  The  first  term  commences 
August  1,  the  second  term  January  1. 

Boys  are  received  at  any  time  during  the  year,  but  not  for  a  shorter  period  than  one  term  of 
five  months.  No  deduction  will  be  made  for  temporary  absence.  Parents  and  guardians  are 
required  to  deposit  a  sum  sufficient  to  meet  incidental  expenses.  Each  boarder  should  have  the 
following  outfit:  Three  suits  of  clothes,  an  overcoat,  a  sufficient  number  of  shirts,  undershirts, 
neckties,  drawers,  towels,  napkins,  pocket  handkerchiefs,  combs,  brushes  and  other  toilet  articles, 
three  pairs  of  boots  or  shoes,  two  hats  or  caps. 

TERMS— Payments  Invariably  in  Advance. 

Board,  Washing  and  Tuition,  per  term  of  five  months |125  00 

Medical  Attendance  and  Medicines 5  00 

Entrance  Fee  (payable  but  once) 10  00 

Music,  Drawing  and  Painting  extra. 

For  further  particulars  apply  to  BROTHER  LASCIAN,  Director. 


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BUSINESS   CARDS. 


HENRY  IYI.  BLACK  *  CO. 

Carriage  Makers 


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EXECUTED  WITH  NEATNESS  AND  DISPATCH. 


-^GENUINE  IMPORTED  WAGONS ^ 


CONSTANTLY  ON  JfAND  AND  FOR  SALE. 


BUSINESS    CABDS. 


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NAT.  T.  COULSON, 

MARKET  STfiEET,:^ 


0\er  Joy  'a  Drug  Store, 

CORNER  OF  STOCKTON, 

SAN  FRANCISCO. 


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^       University  of  California, 

HOURS:  ^^^^ 

10  to  12  A.M.,  2  to  4  and  6:30  to  7:30  P.  tt.^f 

Geo.  W.  Hagans, 

MUSIC  PUBLISHER,  Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealer, 

W|o  met  wltt  so  great  success  at  532  k  535  Clay  Street.  las  removed  to 

lffl  Ban  Street  Thurlow  Block.  Room  2,  Tale  Elevator. 


San   £<V»iioi^<^o,  Califbi'iiia. 


He  has  increased  his  stock  by  adding  other  publishers'  most -desirable 
publications  to  iris  own,  and  after  twelve  years  of  experience  in  the  music 
trade  he  has  acquired  competent  knowledge  of  the  relations  that  govern 
-the  business,  and  would  respectfully  invite  you  to  call  before  closing  your 
selections  in  Sheet  Music. 

All  the  new  sheet- music  received  from  Eastern  publishers  as  soon  as 
i^ugd^iilpjigj^itj^^  will  be  sold  at   the  very   best  discount. 

TSnould  you  degire  a  certain  piece  not  on  hand,  it  will  be  ordered  direct 
ironx  the^ml&teher  Jar- yon. 

Promp¥aftent;ioa  to  all  orders,  especially  those  by  mail. 


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Only  One  Change  of  Cars  Between  San 
Francisco  and  New  Orleans. 

Pullman  Palace  Sleeping  Cars  anfl  Emigrant  Sleeper*  attached  to  all 

Express  Trains. 

Dill  lor  Mil:  liiTbii tin  W  Will  Wn  Ttatf 

Central  Calif  ornia?  L«o«  Angeles,Col  I  on, 
Tuc«on5  JE1  Paso^San  Antonio, 
-    Houston,  INew  Orleans, 
EtcM   Etc. 


For  further.information  or  for  tickets  call  upon  or  address 
Overland  Ticket  Offices  at 

SEVENTH  STREET  STATION,  near  Broadway, 

~ Wh-E.  OeCORA,  Agent, 

—OR  AT . 

DEPOT  SIXTEENTH   STREET  STATION, 

T.  E.  HUNT,  AGENT, 


A.  N.  TQWNE, 

General  Manager. 


J.  C.  STUBBS,  T.  H.  GOODMAN. 

Gen .  Traffic  Manager.  Gen.  Pass,  and  Ticket  Agt 


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BUSINESS   CARDS. 


943  to  951  Market  St.  bet.  Fifth  and  Sixth,  S.  F. 

Tie  Largest  and  Best  Lighted  Store  in  tne  City. 


We  carry  the  largest  stock  and  sell  all  classes  of 

»RY^ \  GOODST    CHEAPER 

Than    aiy  other  store   in    San   Francisco. 


Your  Catarrh  Can  Be  Cured ! 

he  Carbolic  Smoke  Ball  Is  Infallible. 
Ask  Ypur   Druggist  For  It. 

\  — — — M^JIB-— 

I'fice  of  Treatment,  $5  (Smoke   Ball,  #3;  l><  bellator,  for 
Internal  us*'.  #£.) 

Pat. April,  1886        Carbolic  Hmoke  Ball  Co., 

Sent  D7  Mail  on  Refeipt  of  Price.  65TMARKET  ST..  SAN  PRAHCBCO,  CAL. 

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IMPORTER  OF  HUMAN  HAIR, 

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Wholesale  and  Retail, 

-AND— 

IftiiniM^rorall  Kinds  of  Man  HaFf  Ms. 


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BRANCH  STORE,  1102  MARKET  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO. 

JAMES    MASON, 

Motaiy    Public   and     Conveyancer, 


-££££>   CJaliior-nia    Htreet, 

— '■ (BftSEMKNTf 


Telephone  809. 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


BUSINESS   CARDS. 


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Kingwell, 

California 

Br&ss  Works, 

125  First  St., 
San  Francisco. 


Chunk  and  Steamboat  Bells. 


All  kinds  of  Brass,  Mabbitt  Com- 
position, Zinc  and   Metal 
Castings. 


A  full  acsortment  of  Steam 
and  Water  Cocks  and  Valves, 
Hydiaulic  1'ipes,  Noz2le.s  and 
Hose  Couplings,  etc  , Brass  Ship 
Work,  Spikes,  Sheating  Nails, 
Rudder  Braces,  etc. 


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New    Hammam 


J^Oi^    Ladies     ancF    43~oiitIomeTi^ 

218  Post  Street, 

Between  Dupont  and  Stockton  Streets,  San  Francisco,  CaL 


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The  JTineat -Turkish,  Russian,  Electric  and  Medicated 
(  Baths  in  This  City.  " 

Single  Bath,  One  Dollar,  Six  Tickets  for  Five  Dollars. 

;  vw»iffllfi        SMiaysMaiSr-   " 

OPEN     FOR     LADIES     FROM     8     A.     M.     T0     9P.     M. 


16  BUSINESS   CARDS. 


COAL. 


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MAIN  OFFICE,  48  MARKET  STREET, 


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DEPOTS. 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  Beale  Street  Wharf,  E.  HUSBAND,  Agent. 

OAKLAND,  CAL.,  Foster's  Wharf;  C  A.  SESSIONS,  Agent. 

ASTORIA,  OREGON,  0.  R.  &  N.  CO.'S  Wharf,  E.  A.  NOTES,  Agent. 

PORTLAND,  OREGON,  Ainsworth  Dock,  J.  M.  FOX,  Agent. 

SEATTLE,  WASHINGTON  TERR'TY,  Ocean  fiock,  F.  A.  BELL,  Agent. 


The  LARGEST  COAL  SHIPPERS  on  the  COAST. 

MINERS  of  the  CELEBRATHD 

SEATTLE  COAL  FOR  DOMESTIC  USE, 

And  of  FRANKLIN  Coal  for  Steam. 


TMPnRTRRfi  .A\'n  .innngpo   OP 


WALLSEND  SYDNEY  COAL  for  Gas  and  Steam,  WEST  HARTLEY, 

SCOTCH  SPLINT,  WELLINGTON,  CANNEL,  and  other  Foreign 

COALS  for  DOMESTIC  and  STEAM  Use. 
_., _GA&^QMPANIES  Snpplied  at  LOWEST  RATES. 


BLACKSMITH  COAL  A  SPECIALTY, 

From  JDireet  Importation  of  Cumberland  Coal. 
COUNTRY  ORDERS  for  All  Kinds,  in  Sacks,  Casks,  or  Bulk, 

"JOHII  L.  H0W&BD,  Manager; 


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Name,  Occupation  and  Residence 


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ADULT    PERSONS, 


TOGETHER   W/T/f 


A_    STREET    DIRECTORY, 

Societies,  Associations,  City  Government,  Etc. 


FOR  SALE  AT  W.   B.  HARDY'S,  BOOKSELLER  AND  STATIONER. 
961    Broadway,  Oakland. 


McKENNEY  DIRECTORY  COMPANY,  Publishers, 

689  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Oakland.  623  Commercial  Street,  San  Francisco. 

October,    1887. 


I".  M.  HirsTED,  President. 


!..  M.  .M<  Ki:\\KY,  Manngei 


Entered  according  to  Act  of  Congress,  in  the  year  1887,  h\  McKbknby  DiRfecrom  Co.,  in  the  Office 
of  the  Librarian  of  Congress,  at  Washington,  D.  C. 


Pacific  Press,  Printers  an  I  Binders,  Oakland  and  San  Francisi-o 


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258  Market  Street,  San   Francisco,  California. 

Agent  for 

i>ij:e»0]>t9s 

New  Brand  Sporting  Powder. 


SUMMER  SHOOTING, 

Su}>erb   In    Quality,    Shoots    Aloixl     snxi 

Clean. 

illso    IDuLporLt's 

Mining,  Blasting,  Cannon,  and  Celebrated  Regular 

Brands  Sporting  Powder. 

SAFETY       FUSE- 

All  the  Various  Brands.  Single,  Double  and  Triple  Tape, 

Nobel's  Treble    Foree   Gricwt   Caps. 


F.  C.  Wagner  <fc  Bro. 


3P 
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS  IN 

Hams,  Bacon,  Pork,  Lard,  Smoked  Beef, 

TONG  UE8,     EFC. 

Stalls:  2,  4,  6,  and  8  Pacific  Fruit  Market, 

Clay  Street  Side,  San  Francisco. 

All  Kinds  of  Fresh  and  Home  Made  Sau- 
sages Always  on    Hand. 


^Vl;«>  [mpox*1  <m  *w  <>l    the  Queen  Bee  KakI- 
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PREFACE. 


We,  the  publishers  of  the  Oakland,  Alameda,  and  Berkeley  Cities  Directory, . 
take  pleasure  in  presenting  to  our  patrons  and  the  public  this  volume  of  work. 

There  has  been  devoted  to  the  compilation  of  this  work  an  amount  of  energy, 
patience,  and  perseverance  which  entitles  it  to  the  consideration  of  all  who  have 
occasion  to  use  it. 

The  general  plan  of  the  work  is  almost  identical  with  that  of  former  Direc- 
tories. The  earlier  pages  are  devoted  to  lists  of  the  County  and  City  Officers, 
Courts  and  Judges,  Educational  resources,  Societies,  Churches,  Banks,  Railway 
systems,  Post-offices,  etc.  Following  will  be  found  the  register  of  names  of  the 
inhabitants  of  Oakland,  Alameda,  and  Berkeley,  together  with  an  official  lis 
of  City  Officers,  etc.,  of  the  two  latter  cities,  preceding  the  register  of  names 
thereof. 

For  the  occasional  errors  and  discrepancies  which  may  have  occurred,  an 
apology  is  not  considered  necessary,  when  the  many  and  various  sources  from, 
which  the  information  is  obtained  are  taken  into  consideration4. 

We  take  great  pleasure  in  returning  thanks  to  all  who  have  assisted  us  in  the 
preparation  of  the  work,  and  to  those  who  have  so  liberally  bestowed  their 
patronage  on  it,  and  desire  to  express  the  assurance  that  nothing  shall  be  wanting 
on  our  part  to  make  this  Directory  the  only  standard  publication  of  its  kind. 

The  Publishers. 


MEDICAL  DEPARTMENT 

University  of  California., 

TOLAND   HALL,  STOCKTON   ST., 
BELOW  CHESTNUT, San  Francisco. 


FACULTY. 

EDWARD  S.  IIOLDEN,  A.  M.,  President  of  the  University. 

0.  A.  SHURTLEFF,  M.  D.,  Emeritus  Professor  of  Mental  Diseases  and  Medical  Jurisprudence. 

It.  BEVERLY  C    LE,  A.  M.,  M.  D.,  M.  R.  0.  S.,  Eng.,  Professor  of  Obstetrics  and  Gynecology. 

M.  W.  FISH,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Physiology  and  Microscopy. 

W.  F.  McNUTT,  M.  D.,  M.  R.  0.  P.,'EdinM  etc.,  Professor  of  Principles  and  Practice  of  Medicine. 

ROBERT  A.  McLEAN,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Clinical  and  Operative  Sm yery— Dean. 

W.  E.  TAYLOR,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Principles  and  Practice  of  Snruerv. " 

GEORGE  H.  POWERS,  A.  M.,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Opthalmolngy  and  Otology. 

F.  B.  KANE,  M.  D.,  F.  R.  C.  S.  I.,  Professor  of  Clinical  Medicine  and  Pathology. 

A.  L.  LENGFELD,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Materia  Medica  and  Medical  Chemistry! 

WM    B.  LEWITT,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Anatomv. 

RENJ.  R.  SWAN,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Diseases  of  Children. 

W.  H.  MAYS,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Mental  Diseases  and  Medical  Jurisprudence. 

WASHINGTON  AYER,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Hygiene. 

WILLIAM  WATT  KERR,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Therapeutics. 


L.  A.  SABEY,  M.  D.,  Curator. 

JOHN  G.  DAY,  M.  D.,  Demonstrator  of  Anatomv. 

ARNOLD  A.  D'ANCONA,  A.  B.,  M.  D.,  Assistant  to  the  Chair  of  Physiologr. 

WINSLOW  ANDERSON,  M.  D.,  Assistant  to  the  Chair  of  Materia  Medica  and  Medical  Chemistrv. 

HENRY  W.  DODGE,  M.  D„  Assistant  to  the  Chair  of  Clinical  Medicine  and  Pathology. 

JULES  SIMON,  M.  D. ,  Assistant  to  the  Chair  of  Mental  Diseases  and  Medical  Jurisprudence. 


COLLEGE  DISPENSARY  STAFF. 

D.  G.  KENYON,  M.  D.,  W.  B.  LEWITT,  M.  D.,  Surgerv. 

JULES  SIMON,  M.  D..  Nervous  Diseases. 

LUKE  ROBINSON,  M.  D.,  M.  R.  C.  P.,  Eng.,  H.  W.  DODGE,  M.  D.,  Medicine. 

Robert  A.  McLean,  M.  D., 
603  Merchant  Street,  cor.  Montgomery,  San  Francisco,  Cal.  Dean. 


The  preliminary  session  of  1888  begins  February  1,  and  will  end  May  15. 
The  regular  session  of  188S  will  begin  June  1,  and  end  October  31.  Branches  of 
medicine  and  surgery  will  be  taught  didactically  and  clinically.  Regular  clinics 
are  held  three  days  in  the  week  at  the  City  and  County  Hospital,  where  the 
Professors  of  the  Practical  Chairs  have  charge  of  wards,  and  possess  every 
facility  for  the  instruction  of  students.  Lectures  are  given  daily  by  the  Profes- 
sors, and  evening  recitations  are  held  three  times  a  week. 


FEES. 

Matriculation  Fee  (paid  but  once)    $    5  00 

Demonstrator's  Ticket 10  00 

Fee  for  the  First  Course  of  Lectures 130  00 

Fee  for  the  Second  Course  of  Lectures 130  00 

(Xo  fee  is  required  for  the  third  course  of  lectures.)  , 

Graduating  Fee 40  00 

For  further  infoimation  address  the  Dean, 

Rokert  A.  McLean,  M.  D. 
60S  Merchant  Street,  cor.  Montgomery,  Sna  Francisco. 


LIST  OF  ADVERTISERS, 


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FAGE. 

.Etna  Insurance  Co opp  639 

Alameda  Argus opp  737 

Alameda  Encinal opp  225 

Allen  J  G Inside  margin  line 

American  Biscuit  Co.  .Top edge  of  book 
Anglo-Nevada  Assurance  Corporati  n 

5  and  margin  line  through  hook 

Anthony  R  M  opp  1 13 

Atwell  &  Co opp  593 

Bay  City  Flour  Mills 4 

Beardslee  F  W     Front  cover 

Beeby  Robert.  .Margin line  through  book 

Berg  MA opp  257 

Black  H  M 10 

Blair  Walter 89 

Bodwell  H  H  &  Son oppSS3 

Bourgoin  Adolph 884 

Brearty  M  E  Mrs 626 

Brunswick  Balke  Collender  Co 

.  ..opp  257  and  front  cover 

Budde   Joseph   , .  .   opp  882 

Buffett  C  C 185 

Burtchaell  &  Crowley 38 

Burnham,  Standef  ord  &  Co 

Margin  line  through  book 

California  Brass  Works 15 

Caligraph opp  1 60 

Calkin    Everell  F opp  529 

Carbolic  Smoke  Ball 

...  .14  and  margin  line  through  book 

Central  Block 6 

Cole,  Merriman  &  Son opp  224 

Commercial  Hotel 37 

Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association.  . 

Back  cover 

Coplin  A  Front  cover 

CoulsonNT 11 

Craig  Lee  D 881 

Cyclone  Windmill IS  and  896 

Daily  Report.. Margin  line  through  book 

Daniells  T  G opp  737 

Day  Thomas  &  Co opp  500 

Dimmick  J opp  545 


TAGK. 

Dingee  Wm Back  cover 

Doe  Luke 264 

Dornin  Geo  D 2  and  3 

Dupont  Powder 32 

Elliott  F  L opp  288 

El  Monte  Hotel 672  and  673 

Enquirer   opp  592 

Enterprise  Printing  Office 37 

Examiner. ...  opp  480  and  481 

Farrar  M  P  Mrs 6 

Field  Seminary opp  529 

Fireman's  Fund  Insurance  Co 

opp  576  and  577 

Forbes  A  B. .Margin  lines  through  book 

Calvin  James 6 

Gladding,  McBean  &  Co opp  882 

Goodrich  &  Newlon opp  416 

Gordon  H  F Front  cover 

Gordon  J  S  G opp  528 

Graff  Brothers 888 

Grave  B  &  Co      885 

HagansG  W 11 

Hall  F  T opp  288 

Hardy  W  B 356 

Hauptli  J 14 

Heald's  Business  College Front 

and  back  cover  and  opp  320  and  321 

Hershberg  Leon 373 

Hill— The   Samuel  Hill  Co 

opp  160  and  161 

Home  Benefit  Life  Association 

624/>   and    624c 

Howard  -John  L 16 

Howell  J  W 624ft  and   624c 

Hull  WC opp  833 

Imperial  Insurance  Co,  Inside  frontcover 

Jones  ML 7 

Journal  of  Commerce . 

Margin  line  through  book 

Keane  Bros 14 

Keller  M  J 

.  .  .416  and  margin  line  through  book 
Kirk  OC 7 


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INDEX. 


Knox  R  G  Mrs opp  529 

Krauth  F  K opp  225 

Kriechbaum  G  H opp  544 

Krogh  F  W  &  Co Inside  back  cover 

Laage  WJF opp  884 

Lancashire.  .  ..opp  625  and  bottom  edge 

Larroche  F  &  Son opp  545 

Lion  Insurance  Co 3 

Logan  &  Redman 38 

LoryeaAM 15 

Mackay  Alex    opp  257 

Mason  James 14 

McGovern  &  Cahill opp  417 

McKenney  Directory  Co opp  833 

McLean  R  A 34 

Medical  Dep't  of  University  of  Cal..  34 

MerrelllL 112 

Mix  Gustav  L 512 

Montague  WW 

Margin  lines  through  book 

Moody  WB 37 

MorealHP&  Co 

.  . .  Back  cover  and  opp  page  800 

Muhs  A 891 

Mutual  Life  of  N  Y 

Margin  lines  throtigh  book 

New  Atlantic  Hotel opp  832 

New  Hammam  Baths 15 

New  Home  Sewing  Machine. .  .opp  161 

Noisat  Pierre opp  544 

Northwestern    Manufacturing    and 

Car  Co opp  528 

Norwich  Union 

opp  625  and  bottom  edge 

Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  opp  544 
Oakland  Planing  Mills 

Margin  line  through  book 

Oakley  AD .opp  257 

Oaks— The  Oaks 543 

Oregon  Improvement  Co 16 

Orient  Insurance  Co.. Inside  front  cover 
Pacific  Bank.  .Back  of  book  and  opp  16 

Pacific  Business  College 656  and  657 

Pacific  Incubator  Co opp  561 

Pacific  Manufac'ing  Co,  884  and  opp  31 
Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co 

opp  832  and  833 

Pacific  Saw  Co opp  1 1 2 

Pacific  Electric  Co 882 

Petroline  Paint  Co 568 

Pfluger  R  &  Son opp  289 

Poheim  Joe opp  688  and  689 

Pooley  John. ...    opp  288 

Ransome  E  L 886 


Rau  G Back  cover 

Reaser  J  T  &  Son .588 

Reed  Robert 8 

Remington  Typewriter opp  848 

Robinson  Aaron 7 

Rommeck  J opp  529 

Royal  Insurance  Co 

opp  625  and  bottom  edge 

St  Joseph's  Academy 9 

Samm  &  Co 4 

Samuel  Hill  Co  (The)  .  .opp  160  and  161 

Sanborn  A  W  &  Co opp  448 

Sanford  0  M 614 

S  F  Call Front  edge  of  book 

S  F  Laundry  Association 

Margin  line  through  book 

Schuster  L  P ■ opp  256 

Scotchler  &  Gottshall  opp  256 

Selby  Smelting  and  Lead  Co. .  .opp  416 

Se well  D opp  449 

Sewell  &  Fronk opp  526 

Shaw  W  E opp  833 

Singer  Manufacturing  Co 

Back  cover  and  opp  638 

Skinker  John 32 

Slinkey  J.  E 672  and  673 

Southern  Pacific  Co 12  and  13 

Spring  Menzo 883 

Sperry&Co ...888 

Stacey  E  M  &  Co opp  16 

Stevens  C  A 89 

Strong  M  G 825 

Sunset  Route 12 

Sweetbriar  Dairy opp  16 

Tay  Geo  H  &  Co Back  cover 

Tracy  L  Miss 543 

Tribune  Publishing  Co opp  736 

Tucker  J  W  &  Son 686 

Wagner  F  C  &  Bro 32 

Washington  Insurance  Co '. .     3 

Weed  &  King  well 15 

Wellington  B  F 894 

Wells,  Fargo  &  Co opp  624 

White  W  C 8S2 

Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co 

Front  cover  and  9 

Wickson  G  G  &  Co opp  849 

Wilder  F  A , opp  417 

Wilshire  W  B  &  Co 893 

Wilson  James 8 

Winchester  House opp  2SS 

Winsor opp  417 

Woodward  &  Gamble 

Margin  line  through  book 


BUSINESS    CARDS'. 


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COMMERCIAL  HOTEL 


0\    THE 

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Plan. 


Corner  of  Montgomery  Avenue  and  Kearny  Street,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

200  rooms  single  or  en  suite,  mostly  facing  the  south,  LIGHT  AND  SUNNY.  Rooms  by  the 
day,  week  or  month,  from  50  cents  per  day  up.  CARS  FROM  ALL  THE  RAILROADS  AND 
FERRIES  pass  the  house. 

JOHN  McGOVERN,  Manager. 


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JOB  PRINTING  OFFICE, 

509  ELEVENTH  STREET, 


Between  Washington  and  Clay  Streets, 


OAKLAND, 


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WM.  B.  MOODY,  Proprietor. 


Every  kind  of  printing  executed  with  neatness  and  dispatch. 
Low   Fi^ice^   find   Fine   Work. 


38  BUSINESS    CARDS. 


R.  A.  REDMAN,  0.  C.  LOGAN, 

Atty-at-Law  and  Notary  Public,  Real  Estate  Broker. 

LOGAN  <fc  REDMAN, 

481   IVintli  Street, 

Real   Estate  Brokers 

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Titles  Examined,  Conveyancing,  Ete. 


NOTE. — A  long  residence  in  Oakland  warrants  the  assumption  that 
we  are  familiar  with  the  character  and  value  of  real  property  throughout 
the  State.  LOGAN  &  REDMAN. 


G.  T.  BURTCHAELL.  D.  CROWLEY, 

Broadway  nr.  Moss  Avenue.  670  Sycamore  Street. 

BURTCHAELL  &  CROWLEY, 

Plumbers,  Bas  and  Steam  Titters 

1J>43    BROADWAY, 

Between  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Streets.  Oakland  California. 


Pump  Repairing  and  General  Jobbing. 

Sanitary  Plumbing  a  Specially.  All  Work  Warranted. 


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CITY  OF  OAKLAND 


(IXCORPORATED  )IAR(H  2'*,  1854.) 


Latitude,  37°  48'  5"  north.     Longitude,  122°  16'    34"  west. 

POPULATION. 

U.  S.  Census  1870,  10,500;  1880,  34,555;  estimated  June  1, 
1887,  47,870.  Population  of  Oakland  and  vicinity  embraced  in 
the  Directory,  55,000,  not  including  Alameda  and  Berkeley.  - 

The  estimate  of  the  population  of  our  city  for  June  1,  1887,  is 
based  on  the  returns  of  the  School  Census  Marshal,  showing  June 
1,  total  number  of  children,  11,237.  Assuming  the  ratio  4.26  to 
becorrect,  the  population  is  as  given  above,  viz.,  47,870. 

AREA. 

Acres  inland,  4,883;  acres  tide  land,  4,480;  total,  9,3(53  acres, 
or  14  square  miles. 

MUNICIPAL  GOVERNMENT  OF  THE  CITY. 

Mayor— W.  R.  Davis. 

Police  Judoe — F.  W.  Henshaw. 

Clerk  of  Police  Court — D.  E.  Bortree. 

Bailiff' of  Police  Court—  S.  H.  Mitchell. 

Citv  Clerk  and  Treasurer — A.  C.  Henrv. 

Deputy  City  Clerk— Z.  T.  Gilpin. 

Marshal  and  Tax  Collector — J.  W.  Tompkins. 

Deputy  City  Marshal—  Win.  A.  McDowell. 

Deputy  License  Collector — Leon  D.  Smith. 

City  Assessor — J.  M.  Dillon. 

Deputy  City  Assessor — J.  Leach. 

City  Attorney — J.  A.  Johnson. 

City  Engineer — T.  W.  Morgan. 

Chief  Engineer  Fire  Department — J.  Moffitt 

First  Assistant  Engineer  Fire  Department — J.  F.  Kennedy. 

Second  Assistant  Engineer  Fire  Department — M.  Dood3T. 

Sup't  Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph — G.  H.  Carleton. 

City  Physician— D.  D.  Crowley,  M.  D. 

Sanitary  and  Plumbing  Inspector — Geo.  W.  Snook. 

City  Wharfinger — J.  J.  Pennypacker. 

Captain  of  Police — W.  R.  Thomas. 


Police  Clerk- 


R.  A.  Hughes. 


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Pound  Master— W.  J.  O'Connell. 
City  Hall  Janitor— J.  A.  Wilds. 


CITY  COUNCIL. 

Regular  meetings  of  the  City  Council  on  the  1st  and  3d  Mon- 
days of  each  month. 

A.  W.  Bishop,  Fifth  Ward,  President;  J.  T.  Carothers,  First 
Ward;  John  C.  Wilson,  Second  Ward;  D.  C.  Brown,  Third  Ward; 
T.  G.  Harrison,  Fourth  Ward;  John  H.  Pierce,  Sixth  Ward;  O.' 
C.  Kirk,  Seventh  Ward. 

Standing  Committees. 

Ordinance  and  Judiciary — Carothers,  Kirk,  Harrison. 
Auditing  and  Finance — Wilson,  Brown,  Carothers. 
Streets  and  Buildings — Harrison,  Pierce,  Wilson. 
Fire  and  Water — Kirk,  Wilson,  Carothers. 
Education — Carothers,  Wilson,  Harrison. 
Street  Lights  and  Lamp  Posts — Wilson,  Kirk,  Pierce. 
Removals  and,  Obstructions — Pierce,  Harrison,  Brown. 
City  Hall  and  Police — Brown,  Pierce,  Harrison. 
Public  Printing — Pierce,  Brown,  Carothers. 

POLICE. 

Police  Court. 
Judge — Fred.  W.  Henshaw. 
Clerk— D.  E.  Bortree. 
Bailiff— Samuel  H.  Mitchell. 

City  Justices'  Courts. 

F.  B.  Ogden's  Court  is  held  at  864i  Broadway,  corner  Eighth; 
Fred.  W.  Henshaw'?,  City  Hall. 

Police  Department. 

Captain  of  Police — W.  R.  Thomas. 

Clerk  Captain  of  Police  Office — R.  A.  Hughes. 

Bailiff  Police  Court— Samuel  H.  Mitchell.  ° 

First  Sergeant — W.  F.  Fletcher. 

Second  Sergeant — A.  Wilson. 

Detectives — D.  Holland,  A  Shorey. 

Day  Prison  Keeper — John  M  Ingham. 

Night  Prison  Keeper — J.  S.  Mackey. 

PATROLMEN. 

T.  A.  Downey,  John  Barnett,  John  Ranlett,  C.  H.  Cole,  J.  B. 
Fields,  B.  R.  Philips,  O.  D.  Brown,  Hall  B.  Rand,  H.  Nedderman, 
J.  A.  Kennedy,   R.  D.  Hunter,  F.  Greenwald,   Henry  McCloy,  P. 


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H.  Felley,  D.  W.  Swain,  E.  J.  Chase,  W.  A.  Dannaker,  Nicholas 
Williams;  James  Hill,  Guard  of  Chain  Gang. 

The  City  Council  makes  all  appointments  to  the  police  force. 

The  following  Special  Patrolmen  are  under  the  control  of 
the  Captain  of  Police,  subject  to  the  same  rules  and  regulations 
as  the  regularly  appointed  force: — 

D.  F.  Batchelder,  M.  D.  Hewett,  W.  H.  Summers,  F.  R. 
Weider,  W.  Howlett,  W.  F.  Goodwin,  St.  Clair  Hodgkins,  D. 
Wright,  Daniel  Morrison,  Thos.  Gilmore,  J.  H.  Baker,  J.  T.  Mor- 
rison, C.  A.  Scoville,  E.  S.  Ainsworth,  Alonzo  T.  Ayers,  Cornelius 
Wells,  Wm.  G.  Cashin,  Lyman  D.  Babb,  J.  W.  Kesler,  W.  D. 
Thomas,  A-  J.  Ross. 

LOCATION  OF  POLICE  TELEGRAPH  BOXES. 

Adeline  and  Third  Streets;  Adeline  and  Seventh;  Adeline 
and  Fourteenth;  Adeline  and  Eighteenth;  Broadway  and  Laurel; 
Broadway  and  Prospect;  Broadway  and  Seyenteenth;  Center 
and  Twelfth;  Chester  and  Seventh;  East  Eighth  and  Seventh 
Avenue;  East  Tenth  and  Third  Avenue;  East  Eleventh  and 
Thirteenth  Avenue;  East  Twelfth  and  Sixth  Avenue;  East 
Twelfth  and  Twenty -second  Avenue;  East  Fourteenth  and 
Twelfth  Avenue;  East  Fourteenth  and  Seventeenth  Avenue; 
East  Seventeenth  and  Eighth  Avenue;  Grove  and  Thirty-fourth; 
Helen  and  B;  Kirkham  and  Tenth;  Kirkham  and  Fourteenth; 
Market  and  First;  Market  and  Seventh;  Market  and  Fourteenth; 
Market  and  Twenty-second;  Peralta  and  Pacific;  Peralta  and 
Twelfth;  Peralta  and  Seventeenth;  Peralta  and  Thirty-fourth; 
San  Pablo  Avenue  and  Twenty-second;  San  Pablo  Avenue  and 
Twenty-eighth;  San  Pablo  Avenue  and  Thirty-fourth:  Telegraph 
Avenue  and  Hobart;  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Sycamore;  Tele- 
graph Avenue  and  Thirty-fourth ;  Twelfth  Street  Bridge;  Twelfth 
between  Oak  and  First  Avenue;  Webster  and  Twelfth;  Webster 
and  Twentieth. 

DIRECTIONS  FOR  USE. 

Keys  to  the  boxes  can  be  had  on  application  to  the  Captain 
of  Police.  Each  key  is  numbered,  and  the  recipient  thereof  is 
held  responsible  for  its  legitimate  use  and  surrender  when  called 
for. 

To  turn  in  an  alarm,  after  opening  the  outer  door,  pull  clown 
once  on  the  brass  hook  affixed  to  the  inner  door.  A  signal  bell 
will  strike  inside,  giving  notice  of  the  reception  of  the  call  at  the 
central  station,  City  Hall,  from  which  point  two  officers  will  be 
immediately  dispatched  by  a  conveyance  always  in  readiness. 
The  keys  cannot  be  removed  except  by  the  officers.  Geo.  H. 
Carleton,  Superintendent. 

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Assistant  Engineers — James  F.  Kennedy  and  Miles  Doody. 

Superintendent  Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph — G.  H. 
Carle  ton. 

The  fire  department  consists  of  four  steam  fire  engines  in 
service,  and  one  relief  engine,  6  hose  carts,  2  hook  and  ladder 
tracks,  21  horses,  6,450  feet  of  hose,  of  which  4,700  feet  are  in 
actual  use,  and  550  feet  on  the  Relief  Hose  Cart.  Number  of 
hydrants,  207;  cisterns,  2,  one  located  at  Broadway  and  Eighth 
Streets,  the  other  at  Broadway  an  I  Thirteenth  Streets. 

The  report  of  the  Chief  Engineer  for  the  year  ending  June 
30,  1887,  shows  that  the  department  responded  to  103  alarms,  73 
of  which  were  "bells"  and  30  "stills;"  of  these  103  alarms,  12 
were  false,  7  were  for  brush  fires  and  2  were  for  fires  outside  the 
city  limits,  leaving  a  total  of  82  actual  fires  in  the  city  proper; 
the  estimated  loss  by  which  amounted  to  829,000.  Compared 
with  previous  years  the  showing  is  as  follows: — 

1884-85  52  alarms,  loss  855,000 

1885-86  60        "         "      26,000 

1886-87  82        "         "      29,000 
The  expense  of  running  the  department  has   been   831,903. 
The  number  of  hours  worked,  246J,  and  the  distance  traveled  by 
apparatus,  1,304  miles. 

NAMES  AND   LOCATION   OF   COMPANIES. 

Company  No  1 — N,  A.  Ball,  Foreman.  Locatad  on  Fifteenth 
Street,  in  rear  of  City  Hall.  The  engine  is  a  third-class 
Amoskeag,  one  hose  cart  carrying  750  feet  of  hose. 

Company  No.  2 — Austin  Bailey,  Foreman.  Located  on  Sixth 
between  Broadway  and  Washington.  The  engine  is  a  second- 
class  Alliens,  one  ho-e  cart  carrying  750  feet  of  hose. 

Company  No.  3 — James  Galavan,  Foreman.  Located  on  Eighth 
between  Campbell  and  Willow.  The  engine  is  a  second-class 
Silsby,  one  hose  cart  carrying  750  feet  of  hose. 

Company  No.  4 — Wm.  C.  White,  Foreman.  Located  on  East 
Fourteenth  Street  between  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  Avenues. 
The  engine  is  a  second-class  Amoskeag,  one  hose  cart  carrying 
750  feet  of  ho-e. 

Relief  Engine — A  second-class  Silsby,  is  at  the  repair  shop,  City 
Hall,  and  is  held  in  readiness  to  aid  or  relieve  as  necessity  de- 
mands. 

Hose  Company  No.  1 — Joseph  Flannery,  foreman.  Located  on 
Sixth  between  Broadway  ami  Washington,  one  hose  cart 
carrying  650  feet  of  hose. 

ilosi:  COMPANY  No.  2 — William  Branch,  Foreman.  Located  on 
San  Pablo  Avenue,  at  junction  of  Market,  one  four-wheel 
hose  cart  carrying  1,000  feet  of  hose. 

Hook  and  Ladder  Co.  No.  1 — J.  W.  Bankhead,  Foreman. 
Located  on  Sixth  between  Broadway  ami  Washington. 


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Hook  and  Ladder  Co.  No.  2 — L.  W.  Calvert,  driver.  Located 
on  East  Fourteenth  Street  between  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
Avenues,  East  Oakland. 

LOCATION  OF  THE  FORTY-EIGHT  FIRE  ALARM   STATIONS. 

First  and  Washington  Streets. 

Fourth  and  Franklin  Streets. 

Fifth  and  Harrison  Stieets. 

Seventh  and  Washington  Streets. 

Twelfth  and  Broadway  Streets. 

Ninth  and  Webster  Streets. 

Fourteenth  and  Webster  Streets. 

Twelfth  and  Madison  Streets. 

Seventeenth  and  Grove  Streets. 

Frederick  Street  and  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Sycamore  Street  and  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

Thirty-fourth  and  Peralta  Streets. 

Sycamore  Street  and  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Thirty-fourth  Street  and  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Lake  and  Jackson  Streets. 

Walnut  and  Broadway  Streets. 

Seventh  Street  bet  Wood  and  Willow. 

West  Fourteenth  and  Kirkham  Streets. . 

Seward  and  Campbell  Streets. 

West  Seventh  and  Chester  Streets. 

West  Seventh  and  Adeline  Streets. 

West  Tenth  and  Kirkham  Streets. 

West  Seventeenth  and  Peralta  Streets. 

Campbell  and  Atlantic  Streets. 

Fifth  and  Grove  Streets. 

Third  and  Filbert  Streets. 

Seventh  and  Market  Streets. 

Tenth  and  Grove  Streets. 

Fourteenth  and  Market  Streets. 

Twenty-first  and  Market  Streets. 

Twelfth  and  Adeline  Streets. 

Eighteenth  and  Adeline  Streets. 

East  Fourteenth  Street  and  Seventeenth   Avenue. 

East  Twelfth  Street  and  Twelfth  Avenue. 

East  Seventeenth  Street  and  Eighth  Avenue. 

East  Twelfth  Street  and  Sixth  Avenue. 

East  Tenth  Street  and  Third  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-fourth  Streetand  Nineteenth  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-fourth  Street  and  Thirteenth  Avenue. 

East  Twelfth  Street  and  Twenty  second  Avenue. 

First  and  Webster  Streets. 

Third  and  Jackson  Streets. 

Eighth  and  Jackson  Streets. 


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"       57,  Twenty-eighth  and  Myrtle  Streets. 

58,  Webster  Street  and  Orchard  Avenue. 
"      61,  City  Hall. 

Persons  having  keys  will  observe  the  following  rules: — 

When  it  is  necessary  to  use  the  signal  boxes,  go  to  the  one 
nearest  to  the  fire,  and  put  your  key  into  the  outside  door,  open  it 
and  pull  down  the  hook  on  the  inside  once,  or  until  you  hear  a 
bell  within  the  box,  close  the  door,  and  remain  to  direct  the  firemen 
to  the  locality  of  the  fire.  In  case  the  box  does  not  work,  go  to 
the  next  nearest  station ;  you  can  procure  a  key  at  a  store  or 
dwelling  in  the  vicinity. 

Do  not  try  to  take  your  key  out,  as  it  is  locked  in,  and  will 
ba  returned  to  you. 

If.  upon  opening  the  door,  you  hear  the  bell  within  the  box 
ring,  do  not  pull  the  hook  for  one  minute,  or  until  it  has  stopped 
rino-ino-  for  it  will  indicate  that  an  alarm  is  being  sent  from  some 
other  station. 

Persons  having  keys  will  be  held  responsible  for  their  use. 
Do  not  give  an  alarm  for  a  tire  seen  at  a  distance;  do  not  open  the 
box  except  in  case  of  fire;  do  not  give  an  alarm  until  certain  there 
is  a  fire. 

Keys  are  left  at  stores  and  dwellings  nearest  to  the  boxes. 

Key  holders  changing  their  residences  or  places  of  business 
where  keys  are  kept,  will  please  report  the  same  at  the  fire  alarm 
office,  and  in  case  of  removal  from  the  city,  the  key  must  be 
returned. 

Keys  can  be  obtained  by  any  responsible  person  upon  applica- 
tion to  the  Chief  Engineer,  at  his  office,  or  the  Superintendent  of 
Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph,  City  Hall.  G.  H.  Carlton, 
Superintendent  Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph. 

Oakland  Free  Library  and  Reading  Rooms. 

Names  and  Residences  of  the  Board  of  Trustees — 
E.  S.  Culver,  No.  2117  Adeline  Street;  C.  W.  Kellogg,  No.  1253 
Grove  Street;  J.  A.  McKinnon,  No.  966  Market  Street;  S.  H. 
Melvin,  No.  358  East  Fourteenth  Street;  C.  B.  Parcells,  No.  473 
Edwards  Street. 

Officers — President,  S.  H.  Melvin;  Secretary,  J.  A.  Mc- 
Kinnon. 

Regular  meetings  held  first  Tuesday  of  each  month. 

FREE   LIBRARY    AND   CENTRAL   READING   ROOM. 

North  side  of  Fourteenth  Street  between  Washington  and 
<  "  v.  The  reading-room  has  on  file  all  the  principal  newspapers 
published  on  the  Pacific  Coast,  together  with  the  most  prominent 


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journals  and  magazines  of  the  East.  Branches  of  the  reading- 
room  are  established  at  1704  Seventh  Street,  West  Oakland,  and 
622  East  Twelfth  Street,  East  Oakland.  The  rooms  are  open 
daily  (holidays  excepted)  from  9  A.  M.  to  9  P.  M.  The  library, 
containing  a  choice  collection  of  nearly  11,000  volumes,  is  open 
daily  (Sundays  and  kolidays  excepted),  from  9  A.  M.  to  8  P.  M. 
Librarian,  Miss  Ina  D.  Coolbrith;  First  Assistant,  Henry  F.  Peter- 
Second  Assistant,  Miss    Lillie  Marsh. 


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President,  Isaac  Upham ;  Superintendent  and  Secretary  (ex- 
qfficio)  F.  M.  Campbell;  Assistant  Superintendent  and  Secretary, 
Mrs.  K.  A.  Campbell;  C.  H.  Redington,  First  Ward;  H.  M.  San- 
born, Second  Ward;  H.  T.  Smith,  Third  Ward;  E.  Everett, 
Fourth  Ward;  Isaac  Upham,  Fifth  Ward;  R.  W.  Miller,  Sixth 
Ward;  Dr.  A.  Fine,  Seventh  Ward. 

Standing  Committees. 

Rules  and  Regulations — Redington,  Smith,  and  Fine. 

Classification,  Text-Books,  and  Course  of  Instruction 
— Fine,  Everett,  and  Miller. 

School-Houses   and  Sites — Smith,  Redington,  and  Fine. 

Furniture,  Supplies,  and  Printing — Miller,  Sanborn,  and 
Everett. 

High  School — Redington.  Everett,  and  Fine. 

Commercial  and  Evening  School — Sanborn,  Smith,  and 

Miller. 

Finance — Everett,  Miller,  and  Redington. 
Judiciary — Sanborn,  Smith,  and  Everett. 
Industrial  Education — Redington,  Fine,  and  Sanborn . 
Observatory — Sanborn,  Miller,  and  Smith. 

Office  Hours  for  School  Business. 

Superintendent — City  Hall;  8  to  10  A.  m.,  and  3:30  to  5 
p.  M.,  except  Saturday.     Saturdays,  8  A.  M.  to  12  m. 

C.  H.  Redington — 1668  Seward,  when  in  city,  every  even- 
ing at  6:20. 

Henry  M.  Sanborn — Tuesdays  and  Thursdays;  after  6:30 
p.  M.,  475  Twenty-sixth  Street;  Mondays,  Wednesdays,  and  Fri- 
days, after  6:30  P.  M.,  at  475  Fourteenth  Street. 

H.  T.  Smith — 962  Broadway,  9  A.  m.  to  5  p.  m. 

Edward  Everett — 719  Eighth  Street,  after  6:30  p.  m. 

Isaac  Upham — 1155  Jackson  Street,  Mondays  and  Wednes- 
days, 6:30  to  7:30  P  M. 

R.  W.  Miller — Galindo  Hotel,  7  p.  m.,  Mondays  and  Satur- 

da}^s. 

Andrew  Fine,  M.  D. — Corner  Twelfth  Street  and  Sixt11 
Avenue;  daily,  12  M.  to  2  p.  M. 


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PUBLIC  SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent  of  Public   Schools,  Fred.  M.   Campbell;   As- 
sistant Superintendent,  Mrs.  Kate  A.  Campbell. 

High  School — J.  B.  McChesney,  Principal;  teachers,  W.  A.  Gal- 
braith,  S.  P.  Meads,  S.  A.  Chambers,  Mrs.  Katharine  B. 
Fisher,  Mrs.  Lizzie  R.  Griffin,  Miss  Jeannie  M.  Walbridge, 
Miss  Kate  M.  Wertz,  Mrs.  Mina  Ferrier,  Miss  Alma  J.  Gal- 
braith,  Miss  M.  E.  Conners;  Miss  Helen  Shearer;  janitor, 
Robert  Blackwood. 

Irving  School — J.  B.  McChesney,  Principal;  teachers,  Miss  Sara 
Boniface,  Miss  Emma  H.  Hilton,  Miss  H.  Percie  Stearns, 
Mrs.  Florence  A.  Nusbaumer;  janitor,  Robert  Blackwood. 

Garfield  School — Miss  Ellen  Gibbs,  Principal;  teachers,  Miss 
Kate  Marsh,  Miss  Frances  Murray. 

Prescott  School — D.  T.  Fowler,  Principal;  teachers,  Miss  Mary 
C.  Heaton,  Miss  C.  T.  Fellows,  Miss  E.  A.  Stevens,  Miss  M. 
Rainey,  Miss  M.  McLean,  Miss  Eugenie  M.  Burgin,  Miss 
Lizzie  Storey,  Miss  Mertie  Burrows,  Miss  Annie  M.  Johnson, 
Miss  Cy  thia  P.  Seet,  Miss  Lizzie  A.  Parker,  Miss  Nellie  R. 
Lynch,  Miss  E.  Clarissa  Morris,  Miss  Amanda  M.  Young- 
man,  Mrs.  Ida  A.  Cody,  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Hawrkins,  Miss  Mary 

E.  Meek,  Miss   Alice   M.   Wells,  Mrs.   Narcissa  J.  Ash  ton; 
janitor,  Mrs.  Margaret  Allen. 

Grove  Street  School — Mrs.  Nancy  D.  Standeford,  Principal; 

teachers,   Miss  M.   Campbell,   Miss  Jena    W.  Nesbitt,   Mrs. 

Emma  G.  Todd;  janitor,  Mrs.  Sarah  Heney. 
Tompkins    School — Mrs.    Rosamond    R.    Johnston,    Principal; 

teachers,  Mrs.  Brenda  H.    Stone,  Miss  Adeline  E.  Walton, 

Miss  Henrietta  Sumner,  Miss  Waretta  A.  Carter,  Miss  M.  A. 

Kimball,  Miss  Sadie  I  Regan,  Mrs.  Cordelia  J.  Hammer,  Miss 

Regina  Reilly;  janitor,  B.  H.  Carter. 
Lincoln  School — J.  W.  McClymonds,  Principal ;  teachers,  Mrs. 

Margaretta  L.  Hoyt,  Miss  Virginia  D.  Heath,  Mrs.  Sophia  B. 

Gates,  Miss  Joanna  M.   O'Meara,   Miss  Mary  D.  Bull,  Miss 

Etta  L.  Thompson,  Miss  Ella  Ferry,  Miss  Letitia  S.  Aldrich, 

Miss  Lydia  H.  Campbell,  Miss  Annie  R.  Dargie,  Mrs.  Etha 

F.  Garlick,  Miss  Esther  S.  Elder,  Mrs.  Naomi  B.  Keer;  jani- 
tor, Robert  Irvine. 

Durant  School — S.  G.  S.  Dunbar,  Principal;  teachers,  Mrs. 
Anna  R.  Wood,  Mrs.  Cynthia  C.  N.  Walter,  Miss  Fanny 
Ward,  Miss  Martha  L.  Rowland,  Mrs.  Elise  D.  Reynolds, 
Mrs.  Kate  B.  Mcintosh,  Mrs.  Flora  A.  Parker,  Miss  Minnie 
E  Buckelew,  Miss  Lizzie  C.  Betancue,  Miss  Amelia  B.  Clow, 
Miss  Minnie  T.  Kimball,  Mrs.  Lizzie  F.  Fowler,  Mrs.  Ella  E. 
Greenman,  Mrs.  Lucy  E.  Crawford,  Mrs.  Myra  V.  Kingman; 
ianitor,  Ed.  M.  Campbell. 


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Franklin   School — J.  H.    Sumner,    Principal;    teachers,    Mrs. 

Emma  K.   Tucker,    Miss   Mattie  J.  Shaw,   Miss  Nettie    E. 

Bentley,  Miss  H.  L.  Shaw,  Miss  Henrietta  C.  Simpson,  Mrs. 

flattie"  G.  Ayer,  Mrs.  Ella  M.  Bartholomew,  Mrs.  Helen   M. 

Storrs,  Miss  Angie  Wakeman,  Miss   Louisa  E.  White,  Miss 

Frances    C.    Sutherland,    Mrs.    Lucy   A.    Walker;    janitor, 

George  B riant. 
Lafayette  School — Miss  Abbie  F.  Aldrich,  Principal;  teachers, 

Miss  Tillie  C.  Lisson,  Miss  Mildred  J.  Scott,  Miss  Josie  Len- 
'non,  Miss  Nellie  Cook,  Miss  Mary  F.  Potter,  Miss  Elizabeth 

M.   Sherman,  Miss   Anna  Newcum,   Mrs.    Helen   E.   Breed, 

Miss  Margaret  Wythe,  Miss  Julia  E.  Sherman,  Mrs.  Marcia 

G.    Bradbury,   Miss  Ida  Seely,   Mrs.   Emma  W.  Anderson; 

janitor,  Allen  Peel. 

Cole  School — J.  P.  Garlick,  Principal;  teachers,  Mrs.  Fanrry 
M.  Pugh,  Miss  A.  A.  McCord,  Miss  Agnes  G.  Madden,  Mrs. 
Harriet  J.  Lee,  Miss  Mary  F.  Buckelew,  Miss  Martha  R.  Mc- 
Clure,  Miss  Carrie  A.  Vinzent,  Miss  Eleanor  Pullman,  Miss 
Florence  A.  Pereau,  Miss  Susie  H.  Snook,  Miss  Hattie  B. 
Sproul,  Miss  Josie  N.  Standeford,  Mrs.  Jennie  N.  Brower, 
Miss  Fanny  G.  Smith;  janitor,  J.  S  Fox. 

Harrison  Street  School — Mrs.  Harriett  M.  Mullen.  Principal; 
teachers,  Miss  Anna  A.  Cordes,  Miss  Helen  A.  Robins,  Miss 
Anna  M.  Quince;  janitor,  Mrs.  Carrie  Bock. 

Swett  School — Mrs.  E.  D.  Marion,  Principal;  teachers,  Miss 
Jennie  A.  Wade,  Miss  Carrie  M.  Ellis,  Miss  Alice  B.  Ward. 

Grant  School — Miss  Elizabeth  Powell,  Principal ;  teachers,  Miss 
Elizabeth  B.  Myrick,  Miss  Helen  M.  Blake;  janitor,  Mrs. 
Minnie  W.  McLaughlin. 

Clawson  School — Miss  Julia  E.  Colby,  Principal ;  teachers,  Mrs. 
Sarah  B.  By  rod,  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Pelham,  Mrs.  Mary  J.  Ayres; 
janitor,  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Nicoll. 

Evening  School — Teachers.  J.  P.  H.  Dunn,  George  Edwards, 
and  Annie  W.  Brewer. 
Principal  of  Drawing — P.  A.  Garin. 
Principal  of  Music — Miss  Eliza  P.  Brown. 
Department  Mechanic — J.  H.  Bell. 
Assistant  Department  Mechanic — James  Carlon. 
The  school  reports  of  the  Times  are  always  full  and  accurate. 

ACADEMIES,  SEMINARIES,  AND   PRIVATE 

SCHOOLS. 

Hopkins  Academy — Located  on  Plymouth  Avenue  between 
Telegraph  Avenue  and  Broadway.  Students  fitted  for  col- 
lege and  for  business  life.  Reached  by  either  Telegraph 
Avenue  or  Broadway  and  Piedmont  lines  of  street-cars. 
Rev.  H.  E.  Jewett,  Principal. 


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Pacific  Theological  Seminary — Established  in  I860.  Situated 
on  Academy  Hill  (adjoining  Hopkins  Academy)  opposite 
Thirty-fourth  S  reet.  A  full  course,  and  an  English  course 
of  study  of  three  years  each.  Students  received  from  any 
evangelical  denomination.  Year  begins  September  ]  ;  closes 
May  12.  Faculty:  Rev.  Dr.  J.  A.  Benton,  Rev.  Dr.  I.  E 
Dwindle;  Rev.  Dr.  G.  Mooar. 

California  Military  Academy — Located  corner  of  Telegraph 
and  Prospect  Avenues.  Thorough  preparation  for  college  or 
business  life.     Col.  W.  H.  O'Brien,  Principal. 

Normal  School — Located  at  465  Thirteenth  Street.  A.  M. 
Chadwick,  A.  M.,  Principal. 

Oakland  Academy — 1265  Franklin  Street.  A  day  school  for 
both  sexes.  It  provides,  (1)  a  Classical  and  Scientific  Course, 
(2)  a  Commercial  Course,  (3)  a  Normal  Course,  (4)  Modern 
Languages  and  Drawing.  Isaac  Wright,  A.  M.,  and  D.  P. 
Haynes,  B.  S.,  Principals. 

The  Oaks — Located  on  Oak  Street  between  Tenth  and  Twelfth. 
Home  and  day  school  for  young  ladies.  Miss  L.  Tracy, 
Principal. 

Sackett  School — Located  at  529  Twenty-first  Street,  A  pre- 
paratory boarding  and  day  school  for  young  men  and  boys. 
D.  P.  Sackett,  Principal. 

Snell  SEMINARY — Located  at  568  Twelfth  Street.  A  boarding 
and  day  school  for  young  ladies.  Richard  B.  Snell  and  Miss 
Mary  E.  Snell,  Principals. 

Miss  Horton's  School — Located  at  northeast  corner  Filbert  and 
Twelfth  Streets.  A  select  school  for  boys  and  girls.  Miss 
S.  W.  Horton,  Principal. 

Miss  Bisbee's  School — Coiner  Seventh  Avenue  and  Sixteenth 
Street. 

Oakland  Business  College  and  Institute  of  Penmanship — 
Located  at  1015  Clay.  Affords  to  both  sexes  practical  and 
thorough  instruction  for  business  life.  D.  C.  Taylor,  Prin- 
cipal. 

University  of  California — Notice  will  be  found  in  Berkeley 
portion  of  Directory,  as  also  Deaf,  Dumb,  and  Blind  In- 
stitution. 

Baptist  College — The  corner-stone  of  the  Baptist  College  was 
laid  at  Highland  Park,  East  Oakland,  on  the  29th  of  June, 
1886.  Mrs.  E.  H.  Gray,  wife  of  Rev.  E.  H.  Gray,  pastor  of 
the  First  Baptist  Church  of  Oakland,  donated  SI 0,000 
towards  the  purchase  of  the  site.  Students  of  both  sexes 
are  admitted  on  equal  footing  to  the  advantages  of  the  Col- 
lege. Organization  of  the  Board:  H.  E.  McCune,  President; 
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Field  Seminary  for  Young  Ladies,  Home  School — Located  at 
1825  Telegraph  Avenue.  Address,  Mrs.  R.  G.  Knox,  Pro- 
prietor, or  Miss  Frances  A.  Dean,  Principal.  Terms  com- 
mence in  January  and  August. 

The  Chabot  Observatory  of  Oakland  is  situated  in  the 
middle  of  Lafayette  Square,  which  is  bounded  by  Tenth, 
Eleventh,  Jefferson,  and  Grove  Streets.  Its  exact  geograph- 
ical position  in  latitude,  37°  48'  5"  north;  longitude,  122° 
16'  34.4"  west  from  Greenwich,  or,  in  time,  8  hours  9  minutes 
6  seconds  west  from  Greenwich;  3  hours  0  minutes  54  sec- 
onds west  from  Washington.  The  Observatory  building, 
together  with  its  splendid  equipment,  was  the  free  gift  of 
Anthony  Chabot,  Esq.,  to  the  Board  of  Education  in  trust 
for  the  city  of  Oakland.  Monday  evenings  are  reserved  for 
the  schools,  and  Friday  evenings  for  observatory  work. 
Cards  for  admission  on  other  evenings  can  be  obtained  on 
application  to  the  Director,  Fred.  M.  Campbell,  City  Hall. 

Mills  College  (Seminary) — Located  at  Seminary  Park,  about 
five  miles  from  Oakland,  on  the  San  Leandro  Road.  This 
institution  was  founded  by  Rev.  Cyrus  T.  Mills,  D.  D.  (who 
died  April  20,  1884),  and  his  wife,  Mrs.  Susan  L.  Mills,  and 
was  incorporated  as  "Mills  College"  in  1885.  It  is  the 
intention  of  the  Trustees  and  Faculty  to  build  up  a  school  in 
no  respect  inferior  to  the  highest  of  the  Eastern  colleges  for 
women.  The  College  course  corresponds  very  nearly  to  that 
of  Wellesley.  The  Seminary  course  of  study  remains  un- 
changed. Catalogues  giving  full  details  can  be  had  by  per- 
sonal application  or  by  mail.  Post-office  address,  Mills 
Seminary,  Alameda  County,  Cal.  C.  C.  Stratton,  D.  D., 
President;  Mrs.  C.  T.  Mills,  Principal. 

Roman  Catholic  Schools. 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart — Located  at 
1534  Webster  Street.  A  boarding  school  for  young  ladies. 
Taught  by  the  Sisters  of  Jesus  and  Mary. 

St.  Mary's  School  for  Boys — Located  corner  Jefferson  and  Sev- 
enth Streets.  Taught  by  the  Christian  Brothers.  Number 
of  pupils,  250. 

St.  Mary's  School  for  Girls — Located  at  coiner  Grove  and 
Seventh  Streets.     Taught  by  the  Sisters  of  the  Convent  of 

,       our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart.     Number  of  pupils,  380. 

St.  Anthony's  School  for  Boys  (East  Oakland) — Located  cor- 
ner East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Avenue.  Taught  by 
the  Christian  Brothers. 

St.  Anthony's  School  for  Girls  (East  Oakland)— Located 
corner  East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Avenue.  Taught  by 
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Peralta.     Taught  by  the  Christian.  Brothers. 
St.  Patrick's  School  for  Girls — Located  corner  Seward  and 

Peralta.     Taught  by  the  Sisters  of  Mercy. 

St.  Joseph's  Academy — Located  corner  Jackson  and  Fifth 
Streets.  A  boarding  school  for  young  men  and  boys. 
Taught  by  the  Christian  Brothers.  Brother  Lascian,  Di- 
rector. 

CHURCHES  AND  RELIGIOUS  ORGANIZATIONS. 

First  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  corner  Brush   and   Fourteenth  Streets.     Rev.  Dr. 

E.  H.  Gray,  pastor.     Residence,  763  Twelfth.     Services,  11  A.  M., 
7:30  P.  M.;  Sunday-school,  12:30  P.  M. 

First  Baptist  Church  of  East  Oakland. 

Location,  corner  East  Fourteenth  Street  and  Tenth  Avenue. 
Rev.  J.  Herndon  Garnett,  pastor.  Residence,  corner  Tenth  Ave- 
nue and  East  Nineteenth  Street.  Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:15  P.  M. ; 
Sundav-school,  12:30  P.  M. 

San  Pablo  Avenue  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  corner  San  Pablo  Avenue  and  Nineteenth  Street. 
Rev.  W.  T.  Fleenor,  pastor.  Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M.;  Sun- 
day-school, 12:  30  P.  M. 

Free-Will  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  corner  Twenty-first  and  Brush  Streets.  Services, 
11  A.  M.,  7:  30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

First  Swedish  Baptist  Church. 
Location,  831  Brush  Street.     Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:  30  P.  M. 

Unitarian  Church. 
Services  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner  Franklin  and  Eleventh 
Streets.    Rev.  C.  W.  Wedute,  pastor.    Services,  11  A.  M. ;   Sunday - 
school|12  £30  p.  m. 

Chinese  Mission  of  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  719  Eleventh  Street. 

First  Congregational  Church. 
Location,  corner  Clay  and  Twelfth  Streets.     Rev.  Dr.  John 
Knox  McLean,  pastor.     Residence,  520  Thirteenth  Street.     Rev. 
John    Rea,  associate    pastor.     Services,    11   A.   M.,    7:30   P.    M. ; 
Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

East  Oakland  Congregational  Church. 
Location,  Washington  Hall,  307  East  Twelfth  Street.    Rev.  C. 

F.  Clapp,  pastor.    Residence,  corner  Seventh  Avenue  and  Sixteenth 
Street.    Services,  11  A.  M.,  7  :  30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12  :  30  P.  M. 


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Second  Congregational  Church. 
Location  Chase  between  Wood  and  Willow  Streets.     Serv- 
ices, 11  A.  M.,  6:  15  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

Plymouth  Avenue  Congregational  Church. 
Location,  Plymouth  Avenue  near  Telegraph  Avenue.     Rev. 
George  Mooar,  pastor.     Residence,  444  Edwards  Street.     Services, 
11  A.  M.,  7  P.  M.;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

Golden  Gate  Congregational  Church. 
Location,  corner  Adeline   and  Thirty-fourth  Streets.     Rev. 
W.  H.  Cooke,  pastor.     Residence,  925  Thirty -sixth  Street.     Ser- 
vices, 11  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M. 

Market  Street  Congregational  Church. 

Location,  corner  Market  and  Twenty-second  Streets.  Rev. 
G.  H.  Merrill,  pastor.     Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M. 

First  Methodist  Church. 
Location,  corner  Clay  and  Fourteenth  Streets.     Rev.  E.  R- 
Dille  pastor      Residence,  1401  Castro  Street.     Services,  11  A.  M., 
7:  30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Church  of  East  Oakland. 

Location,  1220  Seventh  Avenue.  Rev.  J.  W.  Ross,  pastor. 
Residence,  219  East  Sixteenth  Street.  Services.  11  A.M.,  7:30 
p.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  9 :  30  A.  M. 

Centennial  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 
Location,  955   Campbell   Street.     Seats  free.     Services,   11 
A.  M.,  7:  30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12: 15  P.  M. 

G-erman  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 
Location,   Seventeenth   Street  between  Te'egraph  and   San 
Pablo  Avenues.     Rev.  L.  Kroeck,  pastor.     Residence,  526  Seven- 
teenth Street.     Services,  10:45  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M.;  Sunday-school, 

9:30  A.  M. 

Swedish  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Chase  Street  between  Wood  and  Willow  Streets. 
Rev.  J.  P.  Sandholdt,  pastor.     Services,    10:  30  A.  M.,  7:  30   P.  M. 

Asbury  Methodist  Episcopal  Church  (South). 
Location,  corner  Clay  and   Fifteenth    Streets.     Rev.  C.   O. 
Steele,   pastor.     Residence,  71G    Sixteenth    Street.     Services,  11 
A.  M.,  7:  30  P.  M.;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

African  Methodist  Episcopal  Church. 
Location,  Fifteenth  between  Market  and  West  Streets.     Rev. 
J.  W.  Sexton,  pastor.     Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:  30  P.  M. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Japanese  Gospel  Society. 
Location,  612  Fifteenth  Street.     Sunday-school,  7  P.  M. 


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St.  John's  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Grove  Street  between  Seventh  and  Eighth  Streets- 
Rev.  Benjamin  Akerly,  rector.  Residence,  corner  Adeline  and 
Sixteenth  Streets.  Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school, 
9:30  A.  M. 

St.  Paul's  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  corner  Harrison  and  Fourteenth  Streets.  Rev. 
Hobart  Che  twood,  rector.  Services,  11  A.  M.,  7: 30  P.M.;  Sun- 
day-school, 9 :  45  a.  M. 

Church  of  the  Advent  (Episcopal,  East  Oakland). 

Location,  corner  East  Sixteenth  Street  and  Twelfth  Avenue. 
Rev.  H.  D.  Lathrop,  rector.  Residence,  310  Seventeenth  Street. 
Services,  11  A.  M. 

St.  Andrew's  Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  corner  Cypress  and  Ninth  Streets.  Entrance, 
Ninth  Street.  Rev.  John  A.  Emery,  rector.  Services,  11a.  m., 
7:30  P.  M. 

First  Hebrew  Congregation. 

Location  of  synagogue,  southeast  corner  Clay  and  Thirteenth 
Streets.  Rev.  M.  S.  Levy,  Rabbi.  Services,  Saturday,  11  A.  M. ; 
Sabbath-school,  10  a.  m. 

Congregation  Beth  Jacob. 
Services  held  at  909  Webster  Street.     E.  Barnett,  President. 

First  Presbyterian  Church. 
Location,  corner    Franklin    and    Fourteenth    Streets.     Rev. 
Francis   A.   Horton,   D.   D.,  pastor.     Residence,   1357   'Franklin 
Street.     Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:30  P.  M  ;  Sunday-school,  9:30  A.  M. 

Second  Presbyterian  Church. 
Location,  Union  between  Eighth  and  Tenth  Streets.     H.  H. 
Rice,   pastor.     Residence,    1054    Kirkham.      Services,   11    A.  M., 
7:  30  P.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12:  30  P.  M. 

Presbyterian  Church  of  East  Oakland. 
Location,    corner    East    Fourteenth     Street    and    Fifteenth 
Avenue.     Rev.  E.  S.  Chapman,  D.  D.,  pastor.     Residence,  1264 
Twelfth  Avenue.     Services,  11  A.  M.,  7:30  p.  M. ;  Sunday-school, 
12:30  P.  M. 

Presbyterian  Chinese  Mission. 

Location,  264  Thirteenth  Street.     Services,  11   A.  M.,  7   P.  M. 
Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception. 

Located  on  Jefferson  between  Seventh  and  Eighth  Streets. 
Rev.  Michael  King,  rector;  Rev.  Tho  i.as  Cranwell  and  Rev. 
James  Melvin,  assistant  rectors.  Residence,  616  Seventh  Street. 
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7:  30  P.  M.     Mass  on  week  days,  7  A.  M.     Sunday-school  after  the 
9  A.  M.  Mass. 

St.  Patrick's  Church  (West  Oakland). 
Located  corner  Seward  and  Peralta.      Rev.  J.  B.  McNally, 
rector;  Rev.  J.  O'Connell,  assistant  rector. 

St.  Anthony's  Church  (East  Oakland). 
Located  corner  East  Fifteenth  Street  and  Sixteenth  Avenue. 
Rev.  Wm,  Gleeson,  rector. 

Church  of  St.  Francis  De  Sales. 
Rev.  Thomas  McSweeny,  rector.     Location  and  rector's  res- 
idence, corner  Grove  and  Twenty-first  Streets. 

Church  of  the  Sacred  Heart  of  Jesus. 

Rev.  Lawrence  Serda,  rector.  Fortieth  Street,  North  Tem- 
esc  1. 

Christian  Church. 

Location,  corner  Market  and  Thirteenth  Streets.  Rev. 
George  W.  Sweeney,  pastor.  Residence,  corner  Myrtle  and 
Eighteenth  Streets.  Services,  11  a.  M.,  7:30  P.  M. ,  Sunday- 
school,  10  A.  M. 

First  Universalist  Church 

Services  at  Hamilton  Hall,  corner  Jefferson  and  Thirteenth 
Streets,  at  11  A.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  12:15  P.  M.  Rev.  S.  Good- 
enough,  pastor. 

G-erman  Evangelical  Lutheran  Zion  Church. 
Location,  corner  Clay  and  Thirteenth  Streets.     Rev.  J.  H. 
Theiss,  pastor.     Residence,  608  Twelfth  Street.     Services,  10:  45 

A.  M. ;  Sunday-school,  9:30  A.    M.     Services,  Thursday  evenings, 
7:45  P.  M. 

Church  of  Christ. 

(Independent  and  unsectarian.)  Services  in  a  hall  of  the 
Wilson  Block,  on  Fourteenth  Street,  near  Washington.  A.  Cop- 
lin,  pastor. 

Seventh-Day  Adventist  Church. 

Location,  corner  Twelfth  and  Brush  Streets.  Elder  E.  J. 
Waggoner,  pastor.  Residence,  1465  Castro  Street.  Services  on 
Sabbath  (Saturday)  at  11  A.  M. ;  Sabbath-school,  9:  30  a.  m. 

Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-Day  Saints. 
Harrison  between  Third  and  Fourth  Streets.     Pr -sident,  H. 

B.  Brown.     Services,  Sunday,  11  A.  M.  and  7  P.  M. 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association. 

Rooms,  865  Broadway.  Isaiah  Bray,  General  Secretary. 
Noonday  prayer-meeting,  week  days  from  12  M.  to  12:  45  p.  m. 
Young  men's  prayer-meetings  Monday  evenings,  from  7:  45  to 
8:45  P.  M.     Address,  Sunday  3  P.  M. 


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Young  Men's  Christian  Temperance  Union. 

Meets  every  fourth  Thursday  in  each  month  in  Ebell  Parlors, 
Hamilton  Hall. 

Oakland  Spiritual  Association. 

Meets  every  Sunday,  at  2  p.  M.,  at   Grand   Army  Hall,  419 
Thirteenth  Street. 

Salvation  Army. 

Object,  to  bring  sinners  to  repentance.     Barracks,  315  and 
317  Eighth  Street,  headquarters  for  Pacific  Coast. 

SECRET  SOCIETIES. 
F.  and  A.  M. 

Oakland  Masonic  Temple  Association — Northwest  corner  of 
Washington  and  Twelfth  Streets.  Incorporated  June  25, 
1878.  C.  E.  Gillett,  Secretary.  Regular  meeting  of  the 
Board  on  the  second  Wednesday  in  every  month. 

Live  Oak  Lodge  No.  61,  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated  meetings  on  the 
first  Friday  of  every  month  at  the  Masonic  Temple.  W.  F. 
Perry,  W.  M.;  M.  D.  Hyde,  S.  W.;  W.  H.  Parrish,  J.  W.; 
Peter  Baker,  Treasurer;  A.  W.  Bishop,  Secretary;  A.  D. 
Thomson,  S.  D.;  A.  Merritt,  J.  D. ;  E.  Sutherland  and  C.  E. 
Havens,  Stewards;  G.  H.  Tilley,  Tiler. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  188,  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated  meetings  on 
the  first  Saturday  in  each  month  at  Masonic  Temple.  H. 
A.  Powell,  W.  M.;  F.  L.  Button,  S.  W.;  E.  H.  Morgan,  J. 
W. ;  C.  B.  Rutherford,  Treasurer;  A.  K.  Clark.  Secretary; 
D.  T.  Fowler,  S.  D.;  H.  S.  Bartlett,  J.  D.;  W.  A.  Koser  and 
G.  C.  Pardee,  Stewards;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Tiler. 

Oakland  Chapter,  No.  26,  R.  A.  M. — Meets  on  the  first  and 
third  Wednesdays  in  every  month  at  the  Masonic  Temple. 
W.Frank  Pierce,  H.  P.;  E.  H.  Morgan,  King;  M.  Endon, 
Scribe;  Charles  D.  Pierce,  Treasurer;  J.  W.  McClymond, 
Secretary;  Webb  N.  Pearce,  C.  of  H;  F.  M.  Campbell,  P.  S.; 
A.  K.  Clark,  R.  A  C. ;  J.  J.  Newsom,  M.  T.  V. ;  N.  A.  Koser, 
M.  S.  V. ;  D.  L.  Davis,  M.  F.  V. ;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Guard. 

Oakland  Council  No.  12,  R.  and  S.  M. — Meets  on  third  Thursday 
in  every  month  at  the  Masonic  Temple.  Geo.  J.  Woodruff,  T. 
I.  M;  F.  B:  Rodolph,  R.  I.  D.  M.;  E.  H.  Morgan,  I.  P.  C.  W. ; 
Geo.  Goodman,  Treasurer;  Webb  N.  Pearce,  Recorder;  Chas. 
W.  Hewes,  C.  of  G.;  Chas.  F.  Burnham,  C.  of  C;  E.  Win- 
chester, Steward;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Sentinel. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  225  (East  Oakland) — Meets  at  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  first  Tuesday  of  each 
month.  T.  H.  Hatch,  W  M.;  Wm.  T.  Gibbs,  S.  W.;  F  R. 
Capell,  J.  W.;  Chas.  D.  Hayes,  Secretary;  Geo.  H.  True, 
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Tuesday  in  every  month  at  Masonic  Temple.  J.  B.  Merritt, 
E.  C.;  Z.  T.  Gilpin,  G. ;  Chas.  F.  Burnham,  C.  G.;  Chas.  N.  Fox, 
President;  R.  C.  Gaskill,  Treasurer;  S.  T.  Black,  Recorder; 
Chas.  W.  Hewes,  S.  W.;  D.  E.  Collins,  J.  W.;  A.  F.  Gunn, 
St.  B.;  Chas.  W.  Wilkins,  Sw.B.;  A.D.Thomson,  Warden; 
Chas.  E.  Gillett,  Sentinel. 

Oakland  Lodge  of  Perfection  No  12,  A.  and  A.,  S.  Rite. — 
Meets  on  the  first  and  third  Monday  evenings  in  every  month, 
at  the  Masonic  Temple.  Chas.  E.  Gillett,  V.  M.;  Byron  0. 
Dick,  S.  W.;  Geo. Patterson,  J.  W.;  E.  A.  Sherman,  Or.;  E.  A. 
Nordhausen,  Al.;  A.  W.  Bishop,  Secretary;  A.  Chabot,  Treas- 
urer; W.  Frank  Pierce,  M.  of  C;  J.  B.  Merritt,  S.  Ex.;  E. 
Carmany,  J.  Ex.;  J.  C.  B.  Schlarbaum,  C.  of  G. ;  B.  F.  Strom- 
berg,  Tiler. 

Gethsemane  Chapter  No.  5,  Rose  Croix,  A.  and  A.,S.  Rite — 
Meets  Monday  evening  on  call,  at  Masonic  Temple.  W. 
Frank  Pierce,  W.  M.;  A.  Waterhouse,  S.  W.;  E.  H.Morgan, 
J.  W.;  E.  A.  Sherman,  Or.;  E.  A.  Nordhausen,  Al.;  A.  N. 
Bishop,  Secretary;  A.  Chabot,  Treasurer;  B.  C.  Dick,  M.  of 
C;  Geo.  Patterson,  S.  E.;  E.  Cormany,  J.  E.;  W.  T.  Hamil- 
ton, S.  B. ;  J.  C.  B.  Schlarbaum,  G.  of  T. ;  B.  F.  Stromberg, 
Tiler. 

De  Molay  Council  No.  2,  Knights  of  Kadosh,  A.  and  A.,  S. 
Rite — Meets  on  call,  at  Masonic  Temple.  J.  B.  Merritt,  E.  C; 
W.  Frank  Pierce,  1st  Lieutenant;  E.  H.  Morgan.  2d  Lieutenant; 
G.  E.  Kennedy,  Chancellor;  E.  A.  Sherman,  Or.;  E.  A.  Nord- 
hausen, Al.;  A.  W.  Bishop,  Secretary;  A.  Chabot,  Treasurer; 
B.  C.  Dick,  M.  of  C;  C.  F.  Burnham,  Tur.;  G.  E.  De  Golia, 
Drap.;  Geo.  Patterson,  1st  Deacon;  E.  Carmany,  2d  Deacon; 
W.  T.  Hamilton.  B.  of  B.;  Geo.  Goodman,  B.  S.  S.;  N.  B. 
Holmes,  B.  T.  S.;  M.  T.  McNeeley,  L.  of  G.;  B.  F.  Stromburg, 
Sentinel. 

Oak  Leaf  Chapter  No.  8,  O.  E.  S. — Meets  on  the  second  and 
fourth  Thursday  in  every  month,  at  Masonic  Temple.  Ellen 
R.  Wheeler,  W.  M.;  J.  B.  Merritt,  W.  P.;  Cora  A.  Merritt, 
A.  M. ;  C.  C.  N.  Walter,  Secretary;  Nancy  Holmes,  Treas- 
urer; Carrie  McKenzie,  Con.;  Ella  L.  Hersey,  A.  C;  The- 
rese  Rosenberg,  Adah;  Jennie  S.  Wood  worth,  Ruth;  Alice 
Burrett,  Esther;  Fanny  Ward,  Martha;  J.  A.  Dupre,  Electa; 
Julia  A.  Gardiner,  Warden;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Sentinel 

Alcatraz  Lodge  No.  244  (West  Oakland) — Meets  at  Masonic 
Hall,  corner  of  Willow  and  Seventh  Streets,  first  Monday 
evening  of  each  month.  J.  C.  Gohrman,  W.  M.;  E.  S.  Per- 
kins, S.  W.;  D.  Robertson,  J  W.;  Chas.  T.  Kriytser,  Secre- 
tary; W.   S.  Snook,  Treasurer. 


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Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellows. 
(Hall,  northwest  corner  Franklin  and  Eleventh  Streets.) 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  118— Meets  <  very  Tuesday  evening,  at  Odd 
Fellows'  Hall.  Membership,  275.  C.  H.  Cole,  N.  G.;  Henry 
Madden,  V.  G. ;  A.  N.  Drinkvvater,  Recording  Secretary;  E. 
A.  Price,  Financial  Secretary;  Peter  Baker,  Treasurer. 

University  Lodge  No.  144 — Meets  every  Thursday  evening,  at 
Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  Membership,  170.  R.  W.  Church,  N. 
G.;  W.  S.  Baxter,  V.  G.;  J.  A.  Crane,  Recording  Secretary; 
W.  B.  Smith,  Financial  Secretary;  J.   R.  Capell,  Treasurer. 

Fountain  Lodge  No.  198 — Meets  every  Monday  evening,  at  Odd 
Fellows'  Hall.  Membership,  150.  D.  H.  Matthiesen,  N.  G.; 
M.  H.  Mikkelsen,  V.  G .;  N.  J.  Swenson,  Recording  Secre- 
tar}7;  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Financial  Secretary;  E.  Kreyenhagen, 
Treasurer. 

Porter  Lodge  No.  272—  Meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Seventh 
Street,  West  Oakland,  every  Tuesday  evening.  E.  J.  Hahn, 
N.  G.;  E.  Kochendorfer,  V.  G.;  R.  H.  Moskiman  Jr.,  Record- 
ing Secretary;  Martin  Maurahn,  P.  S.;  Eugene  E.  Crowell, 
Treasurer. 

Occidental  Lodge  No.  2484  (colored — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall, 
1056  Broadway,  first  and  third  Thursday  evenings;  College 
Degrees,  second  Thursdays;  House  of  Instruction,  fourth 
Thursda}rs  each  month. 

Evening  Star  Lodge  No.  263  (East  Oakland) — Meets  at  Schim- 
melpfennig's  Hall,  764  East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Wednes- 
day evening.  H.  W.  Dirke,  N.  G.;  J.  H.  Luth,  Secretary; 
F.  Schimmelpfennig,  Treasurer.  • 

Orion  Lodge  No.  189  (East  Oakland)— Meets  at  Odd  Fellows' 
Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Saturday  evening. 
Geo.  G.  Gumming,  N.  G. ;  Win  Jess,  V.  G.;  O.  Whipple, 
Secretary;  W.  H.  H.  Hamilton,  Treasurer. 

Enterprise  Lodge  No.  298 — Meets  at  hall,  corner  San  Pablo 
Avenue    and   Twenty-eighth  Street,  every  Thursday  even- 

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Oakland  Encampment  No.  64 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555 
East  Twelfth  Street,  second  and  fourth  Fridays  of  each 
month.  E.  P.  Smith.  C.  P.;  —  Hall,  H.  P.;  W.  EL  H.  Hamil- 
ton, S.  W.;  O.  Whipple,  J.  \V.:  G.  G.  Gumming,  Scribe;  E. 
.E.  Crowell.  Treasurer. 

Golden  Rule  Encampment  No  34 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 
corner  Franklin  and  Eleventh  Streets,  first  and  third  Friday 
evenings  in  each  month.  M.  McKenzie,  C.  P.;  E.  H.  Lake. 
H.  P.;  Frank  Trask,  S.  W.;  J.  S.  White,  J.  W.;  John  McVey, 
Scribe;  W.  P.  Wetmore,  Treasurer. 


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Oakland  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No.  16 — Meets  at  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Hall,  every  Saturday  evening.  Mrs.  Jane  Potter,  N. 
G.;  Mrs.  Watkins,  V.  G.;  Miss  May  Higgins,  Secretary;  Mrs. 
Larsen,  Treasurer. 

Brooklyn  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No.  12  (East  Oakland) — 
Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  every 
Monday  evening.  Miss  May  V.  Northey,  N.  G. ;  Miss  Ada 
Rice,  V.  G.;  Miss  Cora  Morse,  Secretary;  Mrs.  Anna  Leise, 
Treasurer. 

Odd  Fellows'  Relief  Committee — Meets  at  10 
Sunday  at  hall.  D.  H.  Matthiesen,  President; 
Secretary. 

Odd  Fellows'  Library — In  Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  Open  every 
day,  Sundays  excepted,  from  1  to  9  P.  M.  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Li- 
brarian. 

Odd  Fellows' Hall  Association — Meets  at  Hall  last  Monday 
evening  in  each  month.  Geo.  Kirk,  President;  John  McVey, 
Secretary;  Otto  Brown,  Treasurer. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association  of  East  Oakland — Meets  at 
Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  Second  Monday  evening  of 
each  month.  O.  Whipple,  President;  E.  Bangle,  Secretary 
George  Chase.  Treasurer. 

Vorwaerts   Lodge  No  313 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall,   everv 

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Wednesday  evening. 

Sunset  Lodge  (Rebekah  Degree) — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  cor- 
ner Willow  and  Seventh  Streets,  Friday  evening  of  each 
month.  Mrs.  M.  Maguire,  N.  G.;  Mrs.  M.  E.  Gould,  Record- 
ing Secretary;  Mrs.  Delia  A.  Collins,  Treasurer. 

Ancient  Order  United  Workmen 
(Hall  377  Twelfth  Street,  corner  Franklin.) 

California  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall  (West  Oak- 
land)' Tuesday  evening.  G.  H.  Fonda,  Master  Workman; 
W.  H.  Wilkinson,  Recorder. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  2— Meets  Friday,  377  Twelfth  Street, 

Brooklyn  Loege  No.  3 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East 
Twelfth  Street.     Meets  Thursday  evenings  of  each  month. 

Occidental  Lodge  No.  6 — Meets  at  northeast  corner  Seventh 
and  Peralta  Streets.  West  Oakland,  Friday  evening. 

Pacific  Lodge  No.  7 — Meets  Tuesday,  377  Twelfth  Street. 
Oak  Leaf  Lodge  No.  35— Meets  Monday,  377  Twelfth  Street. 
Keystone  Lodge  No.  64 — Meets  Tuesday,  377  Twelfth  Street. 
Temple   Lodge    No.    11 — Meets   at   North   Temescal,    Monday 

evening. 
Bay  District  Lodge  No.  226 — Meets   at  Klinkner   Hall,  San 

Pablo  Avenue  Station,  Tuesday  evming. 


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Degree  of  Honor. 

Dawn  of  Hope  No.  1 — Meets  at  West  Oakland  second  and 
fourth  Mondays  each  month.  Miss  M.  Lynd,  Mrs.  K.  Car- 
others. 

Silver  Star  No.  2 — Meets  at  North  Temescal  first  and  third 
Mondays  each  month.     Mrs.  N.  Babcock,  Mrs.  R.  C.  Adney. 

Grand  Army  of  the  Republic. 
(Hall,  419  Thirteenth  Street.) 

Lyon  Post  No.  8— Meets  at  G.  A.  R.  Hall  every  Tuesday  even- 
ing.    L.  S.  Bixby,  commander. 

Lyon  Woman's  Relief  Corps  No.  6 — Meets  every  Wednesday 
at  G.  A.  R.  Hall,  at  2  P.  m.  Mrs.  Martha  A.  Simon,  Pres- 
ident; Mrs.  De  Irena  Fields,  Secretary. 

Appomattox  Relief  Corps,  W.  R.  C. — Meets  every  Tuesday  at 
G.  A.  R.  Hall,  at  2  P.  M.  Mrs.  Gertrude  Smythe,  President; 
Mrs.  G.  W .  Bolser,   Secretary. 

Appomattox  Post  No.  50 — Meets  at  G.  A.  R.  Hall  every  Tuesday 
evening.     W.  R.  Thomas,  Commander. 

Mother  Bickerdyke  Loyal  Ladies'  League  No.  5 — Object,  to 
alleviate  distress  in  the  ranks  of  the  old  soldiers  and  their 
families.  Drucilla  F.  Winchester,  President;  Kate  W.  Rein- 
oehl,  Treasurer;  Carrie  E.  King,  Secretary. 

Military  Organizations. 

Company  A  Fifth  Infantry,  2d  Brigade,  N.  G.  C. — Meets  at 
Armory  Hall,  corner  Washington  and  Twelfth  Streets, 
Thursday  evening  each  week,  2d  Lieutenant  Joseph  B. 
Lauck,  commanding. 

Company  C  Third  Infantry,  2d  Brigade,  N.  G.  C. — Meets  at 
Armory  Hall,  corner  Franklin  and  Twelfth  Streets,  Tuesday 
evening  each  week.     Henry  Levy,  Captiin. 

Company  F  Fifth  Infantry,  2d  Brigade,  N.  G.  C. — Meets  at 
Armory  Hall,  corner  Washington  and  Twelfth  Streets,  Mon- 
day evening  each  week,  Captain  E.  C.  Parsons,  commanding. 

American  Legion  of  Honor. 

Council  No.  192— Meets  at  G.  A.  R.  Hall,  1419  Thirteenth 
Street,  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays  each  month.  James 
Hill,  Commander;  Wm.  I.  Bailey,  Vice-Commander;  Mrs.  E. 
B.  Farrington,  Secretary. 

Union  Council,  No.  168  (East  Oakland)— Meets  at  Odd  Fellows' 
Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  second  and  fourth  Friday 
nvenings.  Mrs.  Anna  Liese,  Commander;  Mrs.  M.  J.  Ham- 
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Council  No.  1889— Meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Seventh  Street, 

first  and  third  Wednesdays  each  month.      Win,  J.  Pettigrew, 

Commander;  C.  T.  Jenkins,  Secretary. 
Unity  Council,  No.  194 — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Willow 

and  Seventh  Streets,  second  and  fourth  Mondays  each  month. 

W.  S.  Snook,  Commander;  Geo.   W.  Snook,  Secretary;  Dr. 

A.  G.  Anthony,  Treasurer. 

Knights  of  Honor. 
Clinton  Lodge  No.  2019— Meets  at  Washington  Hall,  307  East 
Twelfth    Street,    second    and   fourth    Wednesdays   of    each 
month.     J.  H.  Hayes,  Dictator;  Wm.  H.  Wood,  Reporter; 
Geo.  H.  True,  Treasurer. 

Golden  State  Lodge  No.  2058— Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056 

Broadway,  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays  each  month. 
Ivanhoe  Lodge  No.  1889— Meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Seventh 

Street,  second   and   fourth    Thursdays   each    month.     Wm. 

Wilkinson,    Dictator;    T.    H.   McDonald,   Secretary;  N.    B. 

Hoyt,  Treasurer. 

Knights  of  the  G-olden  Rule. 
Oakland  Castle  No.  69— Meets  at  A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall,  corner 
Franklin  and  Twelfth  Streets,  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays 
each  month. 

United  Order  of  Honor. 

Fidelity  Lodge  No.  57 — Meets  first  and  third  Wednesdays  each 
month  at  Shattuck  Hall,  453  Eighth  Street,  corner  Broad- 
way.    W.  W.  Moore,  President;  Chas.  F.  Smith,  Secretary. 

Guardian  Lodge  No.  184 — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broad- 
way, second  and  fourth  Saturday  evenings  each  month.  C. 
W.* Gibson,  P.  P.;  W7.  A.  Knowles,  P.;  Mrs.  E.  M.  Hanavan, 
Secretary;  H.  H.  Skilling,  Treasurer. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  55 — Meets  at  Shattuck  Hall,  453  Eighth 
Street,  corner  Broadway,  second  and  fourth  Saturday  even- 
ings. Mrs.  E.  Fitzgerald,  President;  Mrs.  N.  C.  Anderson, 
Secretary;  A.  H.  Anderson,  Treasurer. 

Athenian  Lodge  No.  128 — Meets  first  and  third  Saturday  even- 
ings at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broadway.  W.  B.  Moody,  Pres- 
ident; Mrs.  E.  M.  Hanavan,  Secretary. 

Independent  Order  of  Good  Templars. 
An  association   formed  for  the  promotion  of   temperance.     The 
Good  Templars'  Home  for  Orphans  at  Vallejo,  Cal.  (erected 
1869),  is  sustained  by  this  order. 

Fountain  Lodge  No.  193 — Meets  at  Medical  Hall,  Clay  between 
Tenth  and  Eleventh  Streets,  every  Monday  evening. 

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Prohibition  Lodge  No.  412 — Meets  at  Congregational  Church, 
Chase  near  Wood  Street,  every  Tuesday  evening. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  384 — Meets  at  Washington  Hall,  307 
East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Friday  evening. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  520 — Meets  at  hall,  corner  Thirty-fourth 
and  Ettie  Streets,  every  Tuesday  evening. 

Woman's  Christian  Temperance  Union. 

The  object  of  the  Union  is  for  the  inculcation  and  spread  of  tem- 
perance principles.  Officers:  Mrs.  S.  J.  Churchill,  San  Jose, 
President;  Mrs.  H.  H.  Havens,  Oakland,  Corresponding  Sec- 
retary; Mrs.  S.  G.  Chamberlain,  Oakland,  Treasurer. 

United  Ancient  Order  of  Druids. 

Oakland  Grove  No.  24 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall  every  Mon- 
day evening.  John  C.  Olsen,  Treasurer;  Daniel  Siesbuttel, 
Secretary. 

Mistletoe  Grove  No.  54 — Meets  at  Druids  Hall,  corner  Adeline 
and  Seventh  Streets,  every  Tuesday  evening. 

East  Oakland  Grove  No.  49 — Meets  at  Schimmelpfennig's 
Hall,  764  East  Twelfth  Street,  East  Oakland,  every  Thurs- 
day evening.  W.  T.  Richmond,  Noble  Arch;  Peter  Arnolds, 
Vice- Arch;  F.  Schimmelpfennig,  Treasurer;  W.  T.  Bailey, 
Secretary. 

Ancient  Order  of  Foresters. 

Court  Pacific  No.  7115 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall,  every  Tues- 
day evening.  Wm.  Steele,  P.  C.  R.;  C.  H.  Bremer,  C.  R.; 
A.  Van  Alstine,  S.  C.  R.;  —  Jacobs,  Recording  Secretary; 
M.  J.  O'Gara,  Financial  Secretary;  A.  O.   Clark.  Treasurer. 

Court  City  of  Oakland  No.  G959 — Meets  at  hall, corner  Adeline 
and  Seventh  Streets,  first  and  third  Tuesdays  of  each  month. 
Wm.  Rettig,  C.  R.;  Joseph  Nethercote,  S.  C.  R. ;  B.  F.  Conger, 
Secretary. 

Court  Shell  Mound  No.  7261 — Meets  at  Klinkner  Hall,  San 
Pablo  Avenue  Station,  every  Thursday  evening.  R.  Lloyd, 
C.  R. 

Companions  of  the  Forest — Meets  second  and  fourth  Monday 
of  each  month,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

Knights  of  Pythias. 

Oakland  Division  No.  4,  Uniform  Rank — Meets  at  Armory 
Hall,  corner  Washington  and  Twelfth  Streets,  every  Tues- 
day evening.  A.  C.  McAlpine,  Commander:  Henry  A.  Hol- 
land, Recorder. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  103 — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1050  Broad- 
way, every  Friday  evening.  E.  J.  Hahn,  C.  C. ;  H.  Levy, 
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Live  Oak  Lodge  No.  17 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner 
Franklin  and  Eleventh  Streets,  each  Wednesday  evening. 
George  Nelson,  C.  C. ;  Henry  A.  Holland,  Recorder. 

Liberty  Division  No.  11,  Uniform  Rank — Meets  at  Hanson's 
Hall,  corner  Goss  and  Wood  Streets,  West  Oakland,  each 
Monday  evening.  A.  C.  McAlpin,  Commander;  P.  M.  Wat- 
kins,  Recorder. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  32  (East  Oakland) — Meets  every  Monday 
evening  at  Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  764  East  Twelfth  Street. 

West  Oakland  Lodge  No*.  141— Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner 
Willow  and  Seventh  Streets,  Tuesday  evening  of  each  month. 
A.  M.  Barrett,  0.  C.;  R.  G.  Graham,  K.  of  R.  S. 

Order  of  Chosen  Friends. 

Council  No.  188 — Meets  at  Klinkner  Hall,  San  Pablo  Avenue 
Station,  Saturday  evenings.     D.  A.  Hogshead,  C.  C. 

Oakland  Council  No.  20 — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Wal- 
low and  Seventh  Streets,  first  and  third  Wednesday  evenings 
of  each  month.  John  Thompson,  Councillor;  J.  C.  Gohrman, 
Secretary. 

Unity  Council  No.  179— Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broad- 
way, first  and  third  Tuesday  evenings  each  month. 

Oak  Leaf  Council  No.  155 — Meets  at  Grand  Army  Hall,  419 
Thirteenth  Street,  first  and  third  Wednesday  evenings  of  each 
month.     George  M.  Fronk. 

Golden  State  Lodge  No.  40  (North  Temescal) — Meets  at  hall 
opposite  post-office,  second  and  fourth  Wednesday  evenings 
each  month.  Joseph  Pedrini,  C;  Miss  Mary  E.  Burdick, 
Secretary;  Mrs.  L.  D.  Lusk,  Treasurer. 

United  Friends  of  the  Pacific. 

Council  No.  6Q — Franz  Senram,  Chief  Councillor;  residence,  1731 

Fourteenth  Street. 
Clinton  Council  No.  63 — Meets  at  Washington  Hall,  307  East 

Twelfth  Street,  Tuesday  evening  of  each  month.     J.  R.  Ca- 

pell,  Chief  Councillor;  Mrs.  F.  W.  Davis,  Secretary. 
Brooklyn  Council  No.  50  (East  Oakland) — Meets  at  Schim- 

melpfennig's  Hall,  764  East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Tuesday 

evening. 

HEBREW  SOCIETIES. 

Independent  Order  B'nai  B'rith. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  252 — Meets  at  corner  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Streets,  every  Tuesday  evening,  at  8  o'clock.  M.  A.  Sam- 
uels, President;  J.  Krischner,  Vice-President;  E.  Bernstein, 
Secretary;  J.  M.  Cohen,  Treasurer. 


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Chavra  Kedusha— A  Hebrew  benevolent  association.  M.  H. 
Coffee,  President;  M.  Jonas,  Secretary. 

Daughters  of  Israel — A  benevolent  association  organized  for 
the  relief  of  the  needy  of  the  Hebrew  persuasion.  Meetings 
held  in  the  vestry  of  the  synagogue.  Mrs.  R.  Beel,  Presi- 
dent; Mrs.  R.  Coffee,  Secretary. 

ROMAN  CATHOLIC  SOCIETIES. 

Young  Men's    Institute — Meets  at  St.   Mary's  Hall.     James 

Kennedy,  President. 
Young  Men's  Institute  No.  8 — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner 

Willow  and  Seventh  Streets,  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays 

of  each  month.     James  Henneberry,  President;  Michael  O. 

Day,    Recording    Secretary;    Roger"  Sicotte    Corresponding 

Secretary. 

Ancient  Order  of  Hibernians. 

Division  No.  3 — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall,  corner  Grove  and 
Seventh  Streets,  second  Wednesdav  of  each  month.  Patrick 
Mullen,  President. 

Division  No.  2 — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall,  cor  Grove  and  Sev- 
enth Streets,  second  Tuesday  of  each  month.  James  Sul- 
livan, President. 

St.  Joseph's  Benevolent  Society — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall, 
corner  Grove  and  Seventh  Streets,  first  Monday  in  each 
month.     Owen  Lafferty,  President. 

GERMAN  SOCIETIES. 

(Germania  Hall,  832-836  Webster  Street.) 

Germania  Hall  Association — Meets  first  Tuesday  in  each 
month;  David  Vogt,  President ;  John  Martens,  Secretary;  F. 
Senram,  Treasurer. 

Oakland  Turn  Verein — Meets  at  Germania  Hall  first  and 
third  Wednesday  in  each  month.  P  Conradi,  President;  G. 
Schmidt,  First  Secretary;  Frank  Sanderleider,  First  Treas- 
urer; W.  Levy,  Librarian. 

German  Evangelical  Association — Meets  at  Kohler's  Hall, 
1506  Seventh  Street,  every  Sunday;  services  commencing 
at  10  A.  M.  and  7  P.  M.,  Rev.  C.  Griin,  Pastor. 

Verein  Eintracht. 

Meets  every  Tuesday  evening  at  Eintracht  Hall,  856  Webster. 
Hans  Zoellner,  President;  Bernard  Moeves,  Vice-President; 
Chris.  Goerner,  Recording  Secretary;  Ferd.  Schroeder,  Fi- 
nancial Secretary;  Theo  Hansen,  Treasurer. 


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California  Lodge  No.  2 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall  every  Thurs- 
day evening.     F.  Dahnke,  President;  C.  Blessing,  Secretary; 
David  Vogt,  Treasurer. 

Red  Men. 
Alameda  Stamm  No.  113 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall  every  Sun- 
day evening.     P.  W.   Schroeder,  O.  Ch.;  Powell  Schubert, 
W.  Ch. ;  Otto  Sesland,  Secretary;  David  Vogt,  Treasurer. 

MISCELLANEOUS- SOCIETIES,  CLUBS,  ETC. 

Ensemble  Club. 
Meets  every  Monday  at  12:45  P.  M.,  at  Hamilton  Hall. 

Fruit  and  Flower  Mission. 
An  association  of  young  ladies  who  minister  to  the  poor  sick  in 
hospitals  and  tenements,  by  taking  them  fruits,  flowers,  deli- 
cacies, and  reading  matter.  Rooms,  1375  Broadway.  Miss 
Frances  M.  Bower,  President;  Miss  Eva  Lukins,  Treasurer; 
Miss  Sara  G.  Ward,  Secretary. 

Knights  of  the  Golden  Rule. 

Meets  Thursday  evenings,  at  1015  Clay. 

Oakland  Bar  Association. 

A.  A.  Moore,  President;  J.  C.  Martin,  Vice-President;  Geo-  E.  De 
Golia,  Secretary;  Geo.  D.  Metcalf,  Treasurer. 

Societa  di  Mutuo  Soccorso  Delia. 

Guardia  Cristoforo  Colombo — An  Italian  benevolent  asso- 
ciation. Meets  at  hall,  416  Eighth  Street,  first  Saturday 
evening  each  month.  Leonardo  Paggi,  President;  Giuseppe 
Folcia,  Secretary. 

Semandade  Portuguesa  da  Ordem  de  Espirito  Santo  de 

(West  Oakland). 

A  Portuguese  benevolent  incorporation.  Trustees:  Antonio  Cruz, 
Antonio  Vieira,  August  Smith. 

Dania  Society. 

A  Danish  benevolent  association.  Meets  at  hall,  864J  Broadway, 
every  Wednesday  evening.  John  F  Tyllesen,  President ; 
—  Jorgensen,  Secretary. 

Sons  of  St.  George. 
Meets  Friday  evening  at  Albion  Lodge,  1015  Clay. 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Engineers- 

Division  No.  2S3-Meets*at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Seventh  Street 
every  Friday  evening. 


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St.  Andrew's  Society. 

Organized  for  the  purpose  of  affording  relief  to  the  sick  and  needy 
Scotch.  Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broadway,  every 
Thursday  evening.  Peter  Thomson,  President:  D.  Edward 
Collins,  Vice-President ;  Jas.  P.  Taylor,  Financial  Secretary. 
Dr.  W.  H.  Craig,  Treasurer;  John  Thexton,  Recording  Sec- 
retary. 

Native  Sons  of  the  Golden  West. 

Oakland  Parlor  No.  50 — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broad- 
way, every  Wednesday  evening.  Charles  E.  Snook,  Presi- 
dent ;   W.  0.  Cullen,  Secretary. 

Oakland  Typographical  Union,  No-  36. 

C.  D.  Rodgers,  President;  T.  W.  Lockwood,  Secretary,  E.  A. 
Cook,  Treasurer. 

Deutscher  Club. 

Meets  461J  Twelfth  Street.  J.  F.  W.  Bahls,  President;  A.  Koe- 
nig,  Secretary. 

Ebell  Society. 

Meets  in  Hamilton  Hall  last  Saturday  of  each  month.  Miss  Dean, 
President. 

Reliance  Athletic  Club. 

Meets  second  floor  Masonic  Temple.  J.  W.  Tompkins,  President; 
E.  F.  Delger,  Vice-President;  Chan.  G.  Bishop,  Secretary; 
William  G.  Elder,  Treasurer.  Board  of  Directors:  J.  W. 
Tompkins,  E.  F.  Delger,  R.  M.  Fitzgerald,  C.  A.  Bon,  Chas. 
H.  Lovell,  O.  C.  Musser,  and  Chan.  G.  Bishop. 

Columbia  Rowing  Club  of  Oakland. 

(Boat  house  foot  of  Alice  Street  near  Alice  Street  Bridge.) 

Number  of  boats,  ten,  viz. :  one  four-oared  barge,  two  four-oared 
shells,  one  pair-oared  lapstreak,  two  single  gigs,  one  single 
lapstreak,  two  single  shells,  one  canoe.  James  M.  Costigan, 
President;  Samuel  J.  Taylor,  Vice-President;  Leon  D.  Smith, 
Secretary;  Frank  G.  Drum,  Treasurer;  W.  H.  Mahoney 
Captain;  Henry  H.  Smith,  Vice-Captain.  Directors:  C.  R. 
Yates,  William  McPherson,  J.  A.  Folger,  Jr.  Address  all 
communications  to  the  secretary. 

MEDICAL  ASSOCIATIONS,  HOSPITALS  AND  BENEV- 
OLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Oakland  Hospital  and  Home  for  Invalids — Located  on 
Twelfth  between  Jackson  and  Madison  Streets.  E.  H. 
Woolsey,  M.  D.,  physician  in  charge. 

Health  Office — No.  510  Fifteenth  Street,  under  charge  of  D. 
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Alameda  County  Medical  Association — Organized  October  25, 
1869.  A.  G.  Anthony,  M.  D.,  President;  E.  W.  Buck, 
M.  D.,  Vice-President;  L.  S.  Burchard,  M.  D.,  Secretary;  R. 
Harmon,  Treasurer.  Number  of  active  members,  338;  num- 
ber of  honorary  members,  4  ;  number  of  non-resident  mem- 
bers, 12.  Meets  at  1155  Broadway,  second  Tuesday  evening 
of  each  month. 

LOAN  ASSOCIATIONS. 

West  Oakland  Mutual  Loan  Association. 

(Office,  Masonic  Hall,  corner  of  Willow  and  Seventh  Streets.) 

Incorporated  July  21,  1857.  Meetings  held  at  hall  Monday  and 
Thursday  evenings.     A.  Sbarboro,  Secretary. 

Home  Security  Building  and  Loan  Association  of  Ala- 
meda County. 

(Office,  457  Ninth  Street,  Oakland.) 

This  association  is  managed  by  a  board  of  nine  trustees,  elected 
yearly  by  the  shareholders.  Meetings  held  twice  a  month. 
Chas.  K.  Clark,  Secretary. 

BANKS. 

The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings — Incorporated  August  13, 
1867.  Located  northeast  corner  Broadway  and  Twelfth 
Streets.  E.  C.  Sessions,  President;  W.  W.  Garth waite,  Cash- 
ier. Authorized  capital,  $1,000,000;  Capital  and  Reserve 
Fund,  $500,000. 

First  National  Bank  of  Oakland — Incorporated  May  15, 
1875.  Located  at  1000  Broadway.  V.  D.  Moody,  President; 
John  E.  Ruggles,  Vice-President;  A.  D.  Thompson,  Cashier. 
Capital,  $100,000  ;  surplus,  $100,000. 

Union  National  Bank — Incorporated  May  26,  1875.  Located 
southeast  corner  Broadway  and  Ninth  Street.  Thos.  Prather, 
President;  C.  E.  Palmer,  Cashier.     Capital,  $150,000. 

Union  Savings  Bank — Incorporated  May  26,  1869.  Located 
southeast  corner  of  Ninth  and  Broadway.  J.  West  Martin, 
President;  A.  E.  H.  Cramer,  Treasurer.  Loans,  $1,748,739.- 
67;  deposits,  $1,691,670.78;  Capital  and  Reserve  Fund,  $300,- 
000. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Signs  of  the  Times — A  16-page,  weekly,  religious  paper.  Pub- 
lished by  the  Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co.,  corner  Castro 
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American  Sentinel — An  8-page  monthly  paper,  devoted  to  the 
defense  of  American  institutions.  Published  bv  Pacific 
Press  Publishing  Co.,  corner  Castro  Street  and  Central  Ave- 
nue.    Subscription  price,  50  cents  per  year. 

Pacific  Health  Journal  and  Temperance  Advocate — Thirty- 
two  pages.  Devoted  to  health  and  temperance.  Published 
monthly,  by  the  Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co.,  .corner 
Castro  Street  and  Central  Avenue.  Subscription  price, 
Si. 00  per  year. 

Daily  Morning  Times — Republican  in  politics.  Published  by 
the  Times  Publishing  Co.  W.  R.  Bentlev,  Manager 
Office,  950  Broadway.  Price,  50  cents  per  month,  delivered 
by  carrier.  Official  paper  of  the  city.  Only  paper  in  Cali- 
fornia (outside  of  San  Francisco)  issued  every  day  in  the 
week.     Energetic,  spicy,  bold.     Gives  the  latest  news. 

Enquirer — Issued  every  evening  (Sundays  excepted),  and  deliv- 
ered by  carriers  at  35  cents  a  month.  Republican  in  politics. 
Frank  A.  Leach,  Publisher  and  Proprietor.  Office,  960 
Broadway. 

Daily  Evening  Tribune — Republican.  Office,  413-417  Eighth 
Street.  Published  by  Tribune  Publishing  Co.  Yearly  sub- 
scription, $6.00.  Delivered  at  15  cents  per  week.  W.  E. 
Dargie,  Manager. 

East  Oakland  News  (East  Oakland) — Weekly.  Republican  in 
politics.  James  D.  Nairne,  Proprietor.  Published  every 
Saturday. 

Oakland  Sentinel — Weekly.  Democratic  in  politics.  Pub- 
lished bv  the  Sentinel  Publishing  Co.  Frank  J  Moffitt, 
Manager.     Office.  Delger  Block. 

Oakland  Journal  (German) — Weekly.  Albert  Kayser,  Editor 
and  Publisher.  Office,  Germania  Hall,  832  Webster  Street. 
Post-office  box,  287. 

The  Labor  Advocate — Weekly.  Published  every  Saturday 
under  the  auspices  of  the  Knights  of  Labor  and  Trades 
Unions  of  Alameda  County.  Subscription,  six  months,  50 
cents.  Publication  office,  corner  Franklin  and  Twelfth 
Streets. 

Herald  of  Truth — A  semi-monthly  paper,  devoted  to  the 
religious  interests  of  the  Pacific  Coast.  Granville  S.  Abbott, 
Editor  and  Publisher.  Subscription,  $1.25  per  year.  569 
Eleventh  Street. 

California  W.  C.  T.  U.  Bulletin — Published  by  the  California 
Woman's  Christian  Temperance  Union.  Mrs.  P.  D.  Browne, 
Editor.     Issued  monthly.     Twenty-five  cents  per  year. 

The  Holiness  Evangelist — An  8-page  paper.  Published  in 
the  interest  of  Scriptural  holiness,  by  A  Coplin,  1171 
Broadway.     Subscription,  75  cents  per  year. 


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OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY. 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  GOVERNMENT. 

County  Court  House. 
(Local  ed  on   the  west  side  of  Broadway,  bet  Fourth  and    Fifth 

Streets.) 
Superior  Court. 

Department    No.  1  —  Noble  Hamilton,    Judge.      Term  expires 

first  Monday  in  January,  1889. 
Department  No.  2 — E.  M."  Gibson,    Judge.     Term  expires  first 

Monday  in  January,   1890. 
Department  No.  3 — W.  E.  Greene,  Judge.     Term   expires  first 

Monday  in  January,  1890. 

District  Attorney — Samuel  P.  Hall.  Term  expires  first 
Monday  in  January,  1889. 

Deputy  District  Attorneys — George  E.  De  Golia,  Guy  C. 
Earl. 

Court  Commissioner — Frederick  E.  Whitney.  Office,  957 
Broadway. 

Sheriff — William  E.  Hale.  Term  expires  first  Monday  in 
January,  1889. 

Under  Sheriff — W.  S.  Harlow. 

Deputy   Sheriffs — Charles    E.   Alden,  J.    C.    Jamieson. 

Jailer — E.  H.  Woolsey. 

Assistant  Jailer — John  Morrison. 

County  Treasurer — S.  Huff.     Term  expires  January  1,  1889. 

County  Tax  Collector — P.  R.  Borein.  Term  expires  January 
1,  1889. 

County  Assessor — Thomas  M alloy.  Term  expires  first  Mon- 
day in  January,  1889. 

County  Surveyor — George  L.  Nusbaumer.  Term  expires 
first  Monday  in  January,  189.      , 

Board  of  County  Supervisors- 
(Room  5,  Court  Hou<e.) 

Chairman — J.  J.  Hanifin,  Fourth  District.  Term  expires 
first  Monday  in  January,  1889. 

Bart  Morgan,  Third  District.  Terms  expires  first  Monday 
in  January,  1889. 

D.  W.  Martin,  Second  District.  Term  expires  first  Monday 
in  January,  1889. 

W.  S.  Pelouze,  Fifth  District.  Term  expires  first  Monday  in 
January,  1889. 

H.  Dusterberry,  First  District.  Term  expires  first  Monday 
in  January,  1889. 

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STANDING   COMMITTEES. 

Auditing  and  Finance — Morgan,  Dusterberry,  Pelouze. 
Judiciary  and  County  Buildings — Pelouze,  Martin,  Morgan. 
Hospital — Dusterberry,  Morgan,  Martin. 
Roads  and  Franchises — Martin,  Pelouze,  Dusterberry. 
Regular  Meetings,  first  Mondays  of  February,  May,  August, 
and  November. 

Board  of  Equalization. 

Consists  of  the  County  Board  of  Supervisors.  Meets  first 
Monday  in  July  and  continues  in  session  during  the  month. 

County  Board  of  Education.. 

(Room  5,  Court  House.) 

W.  F.  B.  Lynch,  Chairman;  George  W.  Frick,  F.  M.  Camp- 
bell, W.  B.  Ludlow;  P.  M.  Fisher,  Secretary. 

County  Superintendent   of    Public    Schools — P.  M.  Fisher. 

Deputy  Superintendent  of  Public  Schools — Mrs.  Anna  C. 
Fisher. 

Office  days,  Saturdays  and   Mondays,  from  9  A.  M.  to    4  :  30 

p.  M. 

Hall  of  Records. 

Located  on  the  east  side  of  Broadway  between  Fourth  and 
Fifth  Streets. 

County  Recorder — Firman  D.  Hinds.  Term  of  office  ex- 
pires first  Monday  in  January,  1889. 

Deputy  Recorders — W.  B.   Hamilton,  R.  B.   S.  York. 

Copyists — John  C.  Cohrman,  Charles  L  Neale,  Levi  S.  Bixby. 

County  Clerk  and  Auditor — Charles  T.  Boardman.  Term 
of  office  expires  first  Monday  in  January,  1889. 

Deputy  Clerks — James  H.  Pond,  Rod  W.  Church,  Robert 
Edgar,  Frank  J.  Krauth,  W.  M.  Gilcrest. 

Public  Administrator — James  Stanley.  Term  expires  first 
Monday  in  January,  1889.     Office,  969  Broadway. 

Coroner — George  M.  Fronk.  Office,  1232  San  Pablo  Avenue. 
Term  expires  first  Monday  in  January,  1889. 

County  Infirmary. 

(Post-office  address,  San  Leandro.) 

This  institution  is  located  about  twelve  miles  from  Oakland,  be- 
tween San  Leandro  and  Hay  wards.  It  affords  a  home  for  the 
indigent  aged  and  infirm,  and  a  hospital  for  the  needy,  friendless 
sick  of  Alameda  County.  During  the  year  1885  (inclusive  of 
the  number  on  hand  at  the  commencement  of  the  year)  there 
were  admitted  G32,  of  which  number  169  were  natives  of  the 
United  States  and  321  of  foreign  birth.  Number  of  births  dur- 
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County  Receiving  Hospital. 

Situated   on    Franklin    Street   in  rear   of    Hall    of   Records 
Building.     Under  the  charge  of  Dr.  H.  T.  Legler. 

Notaries  Public  for  Alameda  County. 

Fred   L.  Button,  Oakland.     Commission    expires    December 
20,  1889. 

Will   H.    Burrall,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  March  26, 
1889. 

Edward  H.  Bernstein.  Oakland.     Commission  expires  March 
3,  1889. 

Ezra   Burred,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  April  1,  1889. 

W.  W.  Blow,   Oakland.     Commission  expires  May  10,  1888. 

P.  D.  Browne,  Oakland.     Commission   expires    October    22, 
1888. 

J.  Calla^han,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  March  3,  1889. 

A.  M.  Church,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  July  26,  1889. 

C.   L.   Culvin,  Oakland.     Commission   expires    October    14, 
1888. 

W.  J.  Dingee,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  April  29,  1888. 

J.  H.  Delehanty,   Oakland.     Commission  expires  March    15, 
1888. 

M.  T.  Dusenbury,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  January  7, 
1889. 

John  Ellsworth,   Alameda.     Commission  expires  March  10, 
1889. 

R.   M.   Fitzgerald,   Oakland.     Commission   expires    May    5, 
1888. 

R.   W.    Graham,  Livermore.     Commission   expires  June  21, 
1888. 

W.  Holtz,  Alameda.     Commission  expires  June  3,  1887. 

Gary    Howard,    Oakland.       Commission   expires  March    2, 
1889. 

Thomas  C.   Huxlev,   Mission  San  Jose.     Commission  expires 
May  23,  188S. 

C.  T.  Johns,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  March  25,  1889 

A.  C.  Lawson.    Oakland.     Commission    expires  December  9 
1888. 

Max  Marcuse,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  July  20,  1888 

H.  J.  McAvov,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  December  29 
1888. 

William  A.    Mix,   Oakland.     Commission  expires    April    1 
1889. 

J.  W.  Moss,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  April  1,  1889. 

A.  Koenig,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  May  27,  1888. 

Hiram  A.  Luttrell,  Oakland.      Commission  expires  April  19, 
1888. 


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A.  J.  McLeod,  Livermore.  Commission  expires  April  13, 
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A.  B.  Merrill,  Berkeley.  Commission  expires  February  13, 
1888. 

B.  McFadden,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  April  19,  1888. 

C.  C.  Marsh,  Brooklyn.     Commission  expires  March  3,  1887. 
Anthony  G.  Oakes,  Havwards.     Commission  expires  Septem- 
ber 26,  1888. 

John  R.  Palmerj  Pleasanton.  Commission  expires  May  3, 
1888. 

W.  W.  Palmer,  Alameda.  Commission  expires  May  3,  1888. 
W.  L.  Prather,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  July  18,  1889. 
J.  B.  Richardson,  Oakland.     Commission   expires   April    8, 

1887. 

George  W.  Reed.  Oakland.  Commission  expires  May  3, 
1888. 

M.  L.  Rawson,  San  Leandro.  Commission  expires  January 
27,  1889. 

W.  K.  Rowell,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  March  3, 
1888. 

Ed.  C.  Robinson,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  January  5, 
1889. 

W.  H.  Sanborn,  Sunol.  Commission  expires  March  25, 
1889. 

George  B.  Seaman,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  December 
6,  1889. 

George  M.  Shaw,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  March  30, 
1889. 

Thomas  A.  Smith,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  December 
8,  1889. 

D.  Stoddart,  Oakland.  Commission  expires  March  24,  1889. 
Fred   E.    Whitney,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  June  9, 

1888. 

W.  A.  Yates,  Centreville.     Commission  expires  March    15, 

1888. 

Township  Justices. 

Alameda  Township — W.  H.  Mahony,  R.  B.  Tappan. 
Brooklyn  Township — E.  G.  Mathews. 
Eden  Township — J.  D,  Austin,  L.  J.  Kenworthy. 
Murray  Township — R.  W.  Graham,  A.  Vanderboort. 
Washington  Township — E.  A.  Richmond,  Thomas   Scott. 
Oakland  Township — Emil  Nusbaumer. 
Oakland  City— F.  W.  Henshaw,  F.  B.  Ogden. 
Berkeley  Township — A.  H.  Morris. 

Constables. 

Oakland  Township — J.  H.  Kesler,  H.  C.  Babcock. 

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WARD  BOUNDARIES. 


First  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying  west 
of  Adeline  Street. 

Second  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  north  of 
Twentieth  Street,  and  north  of  Delger  Street,  and  east  of 
Adeline. 

Third  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  east  of  Adeline 
Street,  south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger  Streets,  west  of 
Broadway,  and  north  of  Tenth. 

Fourth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  west  of  Broad- 
way, south  of  Tenth,  and  north  of  the  southerly  charter 
line  of  the  city. 

Fifth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  east  of  Broadway, 
south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger,  north  of  Tenth,  and  west 
of  dividing  line  of  Oakland  and  Brooklyn  Townships. 

Sixth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  east  of  Broad- 
way and  south  of  Tenth. 

Seventh  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  lying  in  Brooklyn 
Township. 

A,  south  of  B,  continuation  of  Thirty-second,  westerly  from  Per- 
alta  to  the  bay. 

Adams,  east  of  Vernon,  from  Bay  Place  northeasterly. 

Adeline,  between  Magnolia  and  Chestnut,  from  First  northerly 
to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Six  hundred  First,  700  Th  rd,  800 
Fifth,  900  Eighth,  1000  Tenth,  1100  Twelfth,  1200  Four- 
teenth, 1300  Sixteenth,  1400  Eighteenth,  1500  Twentieth, 
1600  Twenty-second,  1700  Twenty-fourth,  1800  Twenty- 
sixth,  1900  Twenty-eighth,  2000  Thirtieth,  2100  Thirty- 
second,  2200  Thirty-fourth. 

Albion,  between  Knox  Place  and  Caledonia  Avenue,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  Grove.  Five  hundred  Telegraph 
Avenue. 

Alden  (see  Twenty-ninth). 

Alice,  between  Harrison  and  Jackson,  from  First  northerly  to 
Lake  Merritt.     (Numbered  same  as  Franklin.) 

Alpine,  from  Shattuck  Avenue,  westerly  and  north  of  Forty- 
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Andover,  east  of  Elm,  from  Plymouth  Avenue  northerly  to  Ed- 
wards.    Twenty- two  hundred  fifty  Plymouth  Avenue. 

B,  between  Yerba  Buena  Avenue  and  A  (continuation  of  Thirty- 
fourth)  from  Peralta  westerly  to  the  bay. 

Bay,  between  the  bay  and  Cedar,  from  Atlantic  to  Short.  Seven 
hundred  fifty  Atlantic,  800  William,  850  Seventh. 

Bay  Place,  between  Twenty-fifth  and  Merrimac  Place,  from 
Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  city  boundary, 

Beckwith,  east  of  Liberty,  from  Temescal  northerly. 

Benton,  north  of  Mariposa  Avenue,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly. 

Birnie,  between  Durant  and  Fifteenth,  from  Franklin  westerly 
to  Telegraph  Avenue.  Four  hundred  Franklin,  450  Broad- 
way. 

Booth,  from  Webster  Avenue  westerly  to  Telegraph  Avenue 
north  of   Moss  Avenue. 

Broadway,  between  Washington  and  Franklin,  from  Water 
Front  northerly  to  Thirty-sixth.  Five  hundred  fifty  Water 
Front,  600  First,  650  *  Second,  700  Third,  750  Fourth, 
800  Fifth,  825  Sixth,  850  Seventh,  900  Eighth,  950  Ninth, 
1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh,  1100  Twelfth,  1150  Thirteenth, 
1200  Fourteenth,  1250  Fifteenth,  1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seven- 
teenth, 1400  Eighteenth,  1450  Nineteenth,  1500  Twentieth, 
1550  Twenty-first,  1600  Twenty-second,  1650  Twenty-third, 
1700  Twenty-fourth,  1800  Bay  Place,  2000  Prospect  Ave- 
nue, 2100  Orchard. 

Brockhurst,  between  Thirty-second  and  Nolan,  from  Grove 
westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

Brook,  east  of  Broadway,  from  Orchard  northerly  to  Webster 
Avenue. 

Brooklyn,  between  Peralta  and  Pacific,  from  Lake  Merritt  east- 
erly to  Clinton. 

Brush,  between  West  and  Castro,  from  First  northerly  to  San 
Pablo  Avenue.  (Numbered  same  as  Broadway  to  Twenty  - 
third.) 

Calais,  continuation  of  Market. 

Caledonia  Avenue,  between  Albion  and  Thirtieth,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  Grove.  Five  hundred  Telegraph 
Avenue. 

Campbell,  between  Willow  and  Peralta,  from  Third  northerly  to 
Twenty-eighth.  Seven  hundred  Third,  750  Atlantic,  800 
William,  850  Seventh,  900  Eighth,  950  Taylor,  1000  Seward, 
1050  Lincoln,  1100  Twelfth,  1150  Thirteenth,  1200  Four- 
teenth, 1250  Fifteenth,  1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seventeenth. 
1400  Eighteenth,  1500  Twentieth,  1600  Twenty-second, 
1700  Twenty -fourth. 

Capital,  between  Lake  and  Stone,  from  Pacific  northerly  to 
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Carroll,  between  Twenty-seventh  and  Twenty-eighth  Avenue*, 
from  East  Sixteenth  to  Saunders. 

Castro,  between  Brush  and  Grove,  from  First  northerly  to  Twen- 
tieth.    (Numbered  the  same  as  Broadway  to  Twentieth.) 

Cedar,  between  Bay  and  Pine,  from  Third  northerly  to  Seward. 
Seven  hundred  Third,  800  William,  850  Seventh,  900  Di- 
vision, 950  Taylor. 

Center,  between  Chester  and  Cypress,  from  First  northerly  to 
Peralta.  Six  hundred  First.  700  Third,  800  Fifth,  850 
Seventh,  900  Eighth,  950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh, 
1100  Twelfth,  1150  Thirteenth,  1200  Fourteenth,  1250 
Fifteenth,  1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seventeenth. 

Center,  between  Ettie  and  Gladding,  from  Twenty-eighth  north- 
erly to  boundary  line  of  Watts  Tract. 

Central  Avenue  (see  Twelfth) 

Charter  (see  Twenty-second). 

Charter  Line  (Thirty -sixth). 

Chase,  between  Taylor  and  Division,  from  Campbell  westerly  to 
Wood.     Sixteen  hundred  fifty  Campbell,  1700  Willow. 

CheriT,  east  of  Maple,  from  Temescal  northerly. 

Chester,  between  Henry  and  Center,  from  First  northerly  to 
Twelfth.     (Numbered  same  as  Center  to  Thirteenth.) 

Chestnut,  between  Adeline  and  Linden,  from  First  northerly  to 
San  Pablo  Avenue.     (Numbered  same  as  Adeline.) 

Clay,  between  Jefferson  and  Washington,  from  First  northerly 
to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  (Numbered  same  as  Broadway  to 
Seventeenth.) 

Cleveland  Avenue,  continuation  of  Forty-fourth  easterly  from 
Telegraph  Avenue. 

Clinton,  between  Pine  and  Jones,  from  Matthews  Avenue  north- 
erly to  Indian  Gulch. 

Clinton,  north  of  Grant,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly  to 
boundary  of  city. 

Crescent  Avenue,  north  of  Lake  Merritt  and  east  of  Broadway. 

Curtis,  between  Market  and  West,  from  Nineteenth  northerly  to 
Twenty-second.  Fourteen  hundred  fifty  Nineteenth,  1500 
Twentieth,  1525  Twenty-first,  1550  Lydia. 

Curve,  between  Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth,  from  San  Pablo 
Avenue  westerly  to  Grove.     Six  hundred  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

Cypress,  between  Center  and   Kirkham,  from    First  northerly  to 
Peralta.     (Numbered    the    same   as   Kirkham,    stopping   at 
junction  of  Twenty-second.) 
Del-jer  (see  Twentieth). 

Dennison,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 
Diamond,    between    Broadway    and    Beck  with,    from    Temescal 

Avenue  northerly. 
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Division,  between  Taylor  and  Short,  from  Wood  westerly  to 
the  bay.  Seventeen  hundred  fifty  Wood,  1800  Pine,  1850 
Cedar. 

Dover,  continuation  of  Grove. 

Duncan,  between  Clinton  and  Hopkins,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue, 
easterly. 

Durant,  between  Twentieth  and  Birnie,  from  Telegraph  Avenue 
easterly  to  Lake  Merritt.  Two  hundred  Jackson,  250  Alice, 
800  Harrison,  350  Webster,  400  Franklin,  450  Broadway. 

East  Eighteenth,  between  East  Seventeenth  and  East  Nine- 
teenth, from  Fourth  Avenue  easterly  to  Fourteenth  Avenue. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  East  to  Fourteenth  Avenue,  where 
it  stops.) 

East  Eighth,  continuation  of  Eighth  Street  from  Lake  Merritt 
easterly  to  Seventh  Avenue.  Fifty  First  Avenue,  100  Sec- 
ond Avenue,  150  Third  Avenue,  200  Fourth  Avenue,  250 
Fifth  Avenue. 

East  Eleventh,  between  East  Tenth  and  East  Twelfth,  from 
Lake  Merritt  easterly  to  Thirteenth  Avenue.  (Numbered 
same  as  East  Fourteenth  to  Thirteenth  Avenue.) 

East  Fifteenth,  between  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Sixteenth, 
from  Lake  Merritt  easterly  to  eastern  boundary  of  city. 
(Numbered  same  as  East  Fourteenth,  beginning  at  Second 
Avenue.) 

East  Fourteenth,  between  East  Twelfth  and  East  Fifteenth, 
from  Lake  Merritt  easterly  to  boundary  of  city.  Fifty 
First  Avenue,  100  Second  Avenue,  150  Third  Avenue,  200 
Fourth  Avenue,  250  Fifth  Avenue,  .300  Sixth  Avenue,  350 
Seventh  Avenue,  400  Eighth  Avenue,  450  Ninth  Avenue, 
500  Tenth  Avenue,  550  Eleventh  Avenue,  600  Twelfth  Ave- 
nue, 650  Thirteenth  Avenue,  700  Fourteenth  Avenue,  750 
Fifteenth  Avenue,  800  Sixteenth  Avenue,  850  Seventeenth 
Avenue,  900  Eighteenth  Avenue,  950  Nineteenth  Avenue, 
1000  Twentieth  Avenue,  1050  Twenty  first  Avenue,  1100 
Twenty-second  Avenue. 

East  Front,  between  Fallon  and  San  Antonio  Creek,  from 
Seventh  northerly  to  Tenth.  Eight  hundred  fifty  Seventh, 
900  Eighth,  950  Ninth. 

East  Nineteenth,  between  East  Eighteenth  and  East  Twenti- 
eth, from  Fourth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 
(Numlered  same  as  East  Fourteenth,  beginning  at  Fourth 
Avenue.) 

East  Seventeenth,  between  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Eighteenth, 
from.  Fourth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city.  (Num- 
bered same  as  East  Fourteenth, beginning  at  Fourth  Avenue.) 
East  Seventh,  between  San  Antonio  Estuary  and  Easl  Eighth, 
from  Fourth  Avenue  easterly  to  Sixth  Avenue.  Two  hun- 
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East  Sixteenth,  between  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Seventeenth, 
from  Lake  Merritt  easterly  to  boundary  of  city.  (Numbered 
same  as  East  Fourteenth,  beginning  at  Third  Avenue.) 

East  Tenth,  between  East  Eighth  and  East  Eleventh,  from  Lake 
Merritt  easterly  to  Tenth  Avenue.  (Numbered  same  as 
East  Fourteenth  to  Tenth  Avenue.) 

East  Thirtieth,  north  of  East  Twenty-ninth,  from  Union  easterly 
to  boundary  of  city.  Ten  hundred  fifty  Twenty-first  Ave- 
nue. 

East  Twelfth,  continuation  of  Twelfth  Street,  between  East 
Eleventh  and  East  Fourteenth,  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 
(Numbered  same  as  East  Fourteenth.) 

East  Twentieth,  between  East  Nineteenth  and  East  Twenty- 
first,  from  Matthews  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 
(Numbered  same  as  East  Fourteenth,  beginning  at  Fifth 
Avenue.) 

Eats  Twenty-eighth,  between  East  Twenty-seventh  and  East 
Twenty-ninth,  from  Nineteenth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary 
of  city.     Ten  hundi-ed  fifty  Twenty-first  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-fifth,  between  East  Twenty-fourth  and  East 
Twenty-sixth,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary 
of  city.  Eight  hundred  fifty  Fourteenth  Avenue,  950 
Nineteenth  Avenue,  1050  Twenty-first  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-first,  between  East  Twentieth  and  East  Twenty- 
second,  from  Matthews  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 
Two  hundred  fifty  Fifth  Avenue,  350  Seventh  Avenue, 
400  Eighth  Avenue,  450  Ninth  Avenue,  550  Eleventh  Ave- 
nue, 650  Thirteenth  Avenue,  850  Seventeenth  Avenue,  950 
Nineteenth  Avenue,  1050  Twenty -first  Avenue. 

East  Twenty -fourth,  north  of  East  Twenty-third,  from  Matthews 
Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city.  (Numbered  same  as 
East  Twenty-first.) 

East  Twenty-ninth,  between  East  Twenty-eighth  and  East  Thir- 
tieth, from  Union  easterly  to  boundary  of  city.  Ten  hundred 
fifty  Twenty-first  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-second,  between  East  Twenty-first  and  East 
Twenty-third,  from  Matthews  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary 
of  city.     (Numbered  same  as  East  Twenty-first.) 

East  Twenty-seventh,  between  East  Twenty-sixth  and  East 
Twenty-eighth,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary 
of  city.  Nine  hundred  Fourteenth  Avenue,  1050  Twenty- 
first  Avenue. 

East  Twenty-sixth,  between  East  Twenty-fifth  and  East  Twenty- 
seventh,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 
Eight  hundred  seventy-five  Fourteenth  Avenue,  950  Nine- 
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East  Twenty-third,  between  East  Twenty -second  and  East 
Twenty-fourth,  from  Matthews  Avenue  easterly  to  boundary 
of  city.     (Numbered  same  as  East  Twenty -first.) 

Edwards,  between  Plymouth  Avenue  and  Thirty-sixth,  from 
Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  city  boundary. 

Eighteenth,  between  Seventeenth  and  Nineteenth,  from  Telegraph 
Avenue  westerly  to  the  bay.  Five  hundred  Telegraph  Ave- 
nue,550  San  Pablo  Avenue,  650  Grove, 700  Castro,  750  Brush, 
800  West,  900  Market,  950  Myrtle,  1000  Filbert,  1050  Lin- 
den, 1100  Chestnut,  1150  Adeline,  1200  Magnolia,  1250 
Union,  1300  Poplar,  1350  Kirkham,  1400  Cypress,  1600 
Peralta. 

Eighteenth  Avenue,  between  Seventeenth  and  Nineteenth  Ave- 
nues, from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty- 
first.  Eleven  hundred  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Fourteenth, 
1250  East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Sixteenth,  1350  East  Seven- 
teenth, 1400  East  Eighteenth,  1450  East  Nineteenth,  1500 
East  Twentieth. 

Eighth,  between  Seventh  and  Ninth,  from  East  Front  westerly 
to  Wood.     (Numbered  same  as  Seventh  to  Pine.) 

Eighth  Avenue,  between  Seventh  and  Ninth  Avenues,  from  East 
Tenth  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty-fifth.  (Numbered  same 
as  Eleventh  Avenue.) 

Eleventh,  between  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  from  Fallon  westerly  to 
Market,  and  from  Kirkham  westerly  to  Center.  (Numbered 
same  as  Fourth.) 

Eleventh  (North  Oakland)  between  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  from 
Powell  northerly  one  block  to  Folsom. 

Eleventh  Avenue,  between  Tenth  and  Twelfth  Avenues,  from 
San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  Peralta.  Ten  hundred 
East  Tenth,  1050  East  Eleventh,  1100  East  Twelfth,  1200 
East  Fourteenth,  1250  East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Sixteenth, 
1350  East  Seventeenth,  1400  East  Eighteenth,  1450  East 
Nineteenth,  1500  East  Twentieth,  1550  East  Twenty-first, 
1600  East  Twenty-second,  1700  East  Twenty-fourth,  1750 
East  Twenty-fifth. 

Elizabeth,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  railroad  track. 

Elm,  between  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Andover,  from  Hawthorne 
northerly  to  Edwards. 

Emery  (Emery  Tract)   northerly  from  Peralta  to  Park. 

Erie,  continuation  of  Forty-second  easterly  from  Telegraph  Ave- 
nue. 

Ettie  (Halleck)  between  Hannah  and  Center,  from  Twenty- 
eighth  to  Park  Avenue. 

Evoy  Avenue  (see  Fortieth). 

Excelsior,  north  of  Lincoln,  from  Lake  Merritt  easterly  to  Thir- 
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Fallon,  between  Oak  and  East  Front,  fron  Sixth  northerly  to 
Thirteenth.  Eight  hundred  twenty-five  Sixth.  850  Seventh, 
900  Eighth,  950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh,  1100 
Twelfth. 
Fifteenth,  between  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth,  from  Madison 
westerly  to  Jackson ;.  Franklin  westerly  to  Broadway,  from 
San  Pablo  westerly  to  Market,  from  Kirkham  westerly  to 
Willow.  One  hundred  fifty  Madison,  400  Franklin,  450 
Broadway,  500  San  Pablo,  550  Clav,  600  Jefferson.  650  Grove, 
700  Castro,  750  Brush,  800  West,  1350  Kirkham,  1400 
Cypress,  1450  Center,  1600  Peralta,  1650  Campbell. 
Fifteenth  Avenue,  between  Commerce  and  Sixteenth  Avenue, 
from  East  Twelfth  northeasterly  to  East  Nineteenth. 
Eleven  hundred  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Fourteenth,  1250 
East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Sixteenth,  1350  East  Seventeenth, 
1450  East  Eighteenth. 
Fifth,  between  Fourth  and  Sixth,  from  Oak  westerly  to  Peralta. 

(Numbered  same  as  Seventh  to  Campbell.) 
Fifth  (North  Oakland)  between  Eighth  and  the  bay,  from  Powell 

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Fifth  Avenue,  between  Fourth  and  Sixth  Avenues,  from  East 
Eighth  northeasterly  to  Matthews  Avenue.     Nine  hundred 
fiftv  East  Eighth,  1000  East  Tenth,   1050   East   Eleventh, 
1100  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Fourteenth,  1250  East  Fif- 
teenth, 1300  East  Sixteenth,  1350  East  Seventeenth,  1400 
East  Eighteenth,  1450  East  Nineteenth,  1500  East  Twenti- 
eth, 1550  East  Twenty-first,  1600  East  Twenty-second. 
Filbert,  between  Linden  and  Myrtle,  from  First  northerly  to  San 
Pablo  Avenue.     (Numbered  same  as  Adeline  to  Thirty-third.) 
First,  between  Water  Front  and  Second,  from  Madison  westerly 

to  Peralta.     (Numbered  same  as  Seventh.) 
First  Avenue,  between  Lake  Merritt  and  Second  Avenue,  from 
East  Eleventh  northeasterly  to  East  Fifteenth.     Ten  hun- 
dred  fifty  East    Eleventh.   1100   East   Twelfth,  1200    East 
Fourteenth. 
Folsom  (North  Oakland)  one  block  north  of  and  parallel  with 

Powell,  from  San  Pablo  Avenue  westerly. 
Ford,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 
Fortieth,  from   Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  Adeline,  between 

Thirty-ninth  and  Forty-first. 
Forty-fifth,  between    Forty-fourth  and  Forty-sixth,  from    San 

Pablo  Avenue  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Forty-first,  between  Fortieth  and  Forty-second,  from  San  Pablo 

Avenue  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Forty- lOlirth,  between  Forty-third  and   Forty-fifth,  from   San 

Pablo  Avenue  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Forty-second,  between  Forty-first   and  Forty  third,  from  San 
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Forty-seventh,  north  of  Forty-sixth . 

ForVy-sixtll,  between  Forty-fifth   and  Forty-seventh,  from  San 

Pablo  Avenue  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Forty-third,  between  Forty-second  and  Forty-fourth,  from  San 

Pablo  Avenue  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Fourteenth,  between    Thirteenth   and    Fifteenth,  from    Fallon 

westerly  to  the  bay.     (Numbered  same  as  Eighth.) 

Fourteenth  Avenue,  between  Thirteenth  and  Fifteenth  Avenues, 
from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  city  boundary. 
Ten  hundred  fifty  East  Eleventh,  1100  East  Twelfth, 
1200  East  Fourteenth,  1250  East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Six- 
teenth, 1350  East  Seventeenth,  1400  East  Eighteenth,  1450 
East  Nineteenth,  1500  East  Twentieth,  1550  East  Twenty- 
first,  1600  East  Twenty-second,  1650  East  Twenty-third. 

Fourth,  between  Third  and  Fifth,  from  Oak  westerly  to  Market. 
One  hundred  Oak,  150  Madison,  200  Jackson,  250  Alice,  300 
Harrison,  350  Webster,  400  Franklin,  450  Broadway,  500 
Washington,  550  Clay,  600  Jefferson,  650  Grove,  700  Castro, 
750  Brush. 

Fourth  Avenue,  between  Third  and  Fifth  Avenues,  from  East 
Ninth  northeasterly  to  East  Nineteenth.  (Numbered  same 
as  Fifth  Avenue  to  East  Nineteenth.) 

Franklin  Street.  Six  hundred  First,  650  Second,  700  Third, 
750  Fourth,  800  Fifth,  826  Sixth,  850  Seventh,  900  Eighth, 
950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh,  1100  Twelfth,  1150 
Thirteenth,  1200  Fourteenth,  1250  Fifteenth,  1400  Durant, 
1450  Durant. 

Frederick,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 

Frederick  (see  Nineteenth). 

Fruit  VaJe  Avenue,  east  of  East  Oakland,  running  north  and 
south. 

Geary  (see  Thirty-ninth). 

Genoa,  between  Calais  and  Harper,  from  Benton  to  Tehama. 

Gladding,  between  Center  and  Surryhne,  from  A  northerly  to 
boundary  line  of  Watts    Tract. 

Gold,  between  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Broadway,  from  Moss 
Avenue  northerly. 

GrOSS,  between  Seventh  and  Division,  from  Willow  westerly  to  the 
bay.  Seventeen  hundred  Willow,  1750  Wood,  1800  Pine, 
1850  Cedar. 

Grant,  between  Montgomery  and  Clinton,  easterly  from  Moraga 
Valley  Road. 

Grove,  bet  Castro  and  Jefferson,  from  First  northerly  to  Thirty- 
sixth.     (Numbered  same  as  Market.) 

Halleck  (Emery  Tract,  see  Ettie). 

Hampell,  between  Milbury  and  Reed,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue 
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Harlan  (Emery  Tract)  between  Watts  and  Haven,  from  Peralta  ^  O 

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Harper,  continuation  of  West. 

Harrison,  between  Webster  and  Alice,  from  First  northerly  to  H  O 

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Haven  (Emery  Tract)  between  Harlan  and  Hollis,  from  Peralta  frj  2 

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Hawthorne,  runs  easterly  from  2020  Telegraph  Avenue  to  Web- 
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Helen,  between  Louise  and  Hannah,  from  Peralta  northerly  to    • 

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Henry,    between   Lewis   and    Chester,   from    First  northerly  to       •!■  J 
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Holden  (Emery  Tradt,  see  Louise).  ^ 

Hollis  (Emery  Tract)  between  Holden  and  Haven,  from  Peralta 

northerly  to  Park  Avenue 
Hopkins,  between  Duncan  and  Wilson  from  Thirteenth  Avenue 

easterly. 

Horton  (Emery  Tract,  see  Helen).  {         . 

Howard,  from  Webster  Avenue  westerly,  north  of  Booth.  \^\J 

Howard,  between  Stone  and  Watson,  from  Pacific  northerly  to    |— rH 
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Howe,  west  of  Webster  Avenue,  from  Booth  to  cemetery.  '     ij 

Hubbard  (Emery  Tract,  see  Hannah).  ^— ^ 

Huff  Avenue  (see  East  Twenty -seventh).  ^^ 

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Independence  Square,  between  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Nine-    ^\* 
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Isabella,  between  Twenty-second  and  Milton,  from  San  Pablo 
Avenue  westerly  to  Market.     Eight  hundred  San  Pablo  Av- 
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Jackson,  between  Alice  and  Madison,  from   First   northerly  to       .    8 

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Jefferson,  between  Grove  and  Clay,  from  First  northerly  to  Sev-     5    yj 
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John,   from    Webster   Avenue   westerly,    between   Gaskill   and  J?  y 

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Jones,  between  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second,  from  Telegraph  Jjj 

Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.     Five  hundred  Tele-  •     £S 
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Julia  (or  Thirtieth  Avenue)  from  East  Fourteenth    to   East  Six- 
teenth 
Kennedy,  west  of  Park  Avenue. 
Kin^,  south  of  Valdez. 

Kirk  ham,  between  Cypress  and  Poplar,  from  First  northerly  to 
Peralta.     (Numbered  same  as  Adeline  to  Twenty-fifth.) 

Knox  Place,  between  Sycamore  and  Albion,  westerly  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue.     Five  hundred  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Lake,  north  of  Fourteenth,  from  Jackson  easterly  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt.     One  hundred  Oakland,  150  Madison. 

Lake  Avenue,  continuation  of  Lake  Shore  Avenue. 

Lake  Shore  Avenue,  between  Lake  Street  and  Lake  Merritt, 
from  Bay  Street  northeasterly. 

Lake  Street,  between  Lake  Shore  Avenue  and  Capital,  from 
Brooklyn  northerly  to  Prospect. 

Laurel  (see  Twenty-fifth). 

Lee,  east  of  Oakland  Avenue,  northeasterly  from  Bay  Place. 

Lewis,  between  Peralta  and  Henry,  from  First  northerly  to  Per- 
alta.    Six  hundred  First,  700  Third,  800  Fifth. 

Liberty,  east  of  Maple,  from  Temescal  northerly. 

Lincoln,  between  Excelsior  and  Prospect,  from  Bay  to  Matthews 
Avenue. 

Lincoln,  between  East  Thirtieth  and  Montgomery,  from  Thir- 
teenth Avenue  easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 

Lincoln,  between  Seward  and  Twelfth,  from  Peralta  westerly  to 
the  bay.  Sixteen  hundred  Peralta,  1700  Willow,  1650 
Campbell,  1750  Wood,  1800  Pine. 

Linden,  between  Chestnut  and  Filbert,  from  First  northerly  to 
San  Pablo  Avenue.  (Numbered  same  as  Adeline  to  Thirty- 
third.) 

Linden,  continuation  of  Forty-fifth,  easterly  from  Telegraph  Av- 
enue. 

Livingston,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 

Locust  (see  Twenty-third). 

Logan  (see  Thirty-sixth). 

Louise,  between  Hollis  and  Helen,  from  Peralta  northerly  to 
Park  Avenue. 

Lowell,  west  of  Adeline  from  Sonoma  to  Menlo. 

Lydia,  between  Twenty-lirst  and  Twenty-second,  from  Brush 
westerly  to  Market.  Seven  hundred  fifty  Brush,  800  West, 
850  Curtis. 

Madison,  between  Jackson  and  Oak,  from  First  northerly  to 
Lake  Merritt.     (Numbered  same  as  Franklin  to  Fifteenth.) 

Madison  (see  East  Fifteenth). 

Magnolia,  between  Union  and  Adeline,  from  First  northerly  to 
Thirty-sixth.     (Numbered  same  as  Adeline.) 

Maple  (formerly  Maiden  Lane)  between  Wood  and  Pine,  from 
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Maple,  between  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Cherry,  from  Temescal 
northerly. 

Mariposa  Avenue,  between  Merced  Avenue  and  Benton,  from 
Dover  easterly,  crossing  Shattuck  Avenue,  to  Telegraph  Av- 
enue. 

Market,  between  Myrtle  and  West,  from  First  northerly  to 
Thirty-sixth.  Six  hundred  First,  650  Second,  700  Third, 
750  Fourth,  800  Fifth,  825  Sixth,  850  Seventh,  900  Eighth, 
950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh,  1100  Twelfth,  1200 
Fourteenth,  1250  Fifteenth,  1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seven- 
teenth, 1400  Eighteenth,  1450  Nineteenth,  1500  Twentieth, 
1525  Twenty-first,  1550  Lydia,  1600  Twenty-second,  1650 
Twenty-third,  1700  Twenty-fourth,  1800  Twenty-sixth,  1900 
Twenty-eighth,  2000  Thirtieth,  2050  Thirty-first,  2100 
Thirty-second,  2200  Nolan,  2250  Brown,  2300  Walton. 

Maryland,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  railroad  track. 

Mather,  from  Webster  Avenue  westerly,  north  of  John. 

Matthews  Avenue,  continuation  of  Fourth  Avenue  northwest- 
erly from  East  Nineteenth. 

McCall,  between  Dover  and  Shattuck  Avenue,  from  Benton  to 
Mono  Avenue. 

Menlo,  north  of  Sutter,  from  Shattuck  Avenue  westerly  to  San 
Pablo  Avenue. 

Merced  Avenue,  between  Mono  and  Mariposa,  from  Dover  east- 
erly, crossing  Shattuck  Avenue,  to  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Merriniac  Place,  between  Bay  Place  and  Prospect  Avenue,  from 
Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  Webster. 

Millbliry,  north  of  Wilson  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly. 

Milton,  between  Isabella  and  Twenty-sixth,  from  San  Pablo  Av- 
enue westerly  to  Market.  Eight  hundred  fifty  San  Pablo 
Avenue. 

Minna  continuation  of  Forty- third  easterly  from  Telegraph  Av- 
enue. 

Mitchell  (or  Twenty-ninth  Avenue)  from  East  Sixteenth  to 
Saunders. 

Mono  Avenue,  south  of  Merced  Avenue,  from  Dover  easterly  to 
Shattuck  Avenue. 

Monroe  (see  East  Sixteenth). 

Montague,  north  of  Powell,  from  San  Pablo  Avenue  to  the  bay. 

Montgomery,  between  Lincoln  and  Grand,  from  Thirteenth  Av- 
enue easterly  to  boundary  of  city. 

Montgomery,  between  Broadway  and  Webster  Avenue,  from 
Booth  to  cemetery. 

Moraga  Yalley  Road,  continuation  of  Thirteenth  Avenue. 

Moss  Avenue  (Thirty-seventh)  north  of  Thirty-sixth,  from  Tele- 
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Mound,  north  of  Excelsior,  from  Clinton  easterly. 


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Pablo  Avenue.     (Numbered  same  as  Market  to  Thirty-third.) 

New,  between  Pine  and  Cedar,  south  from  Taylor  one  block. 

New  Broadway  (see  Broadway). 

Nineteenth  (Frederick)  between  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  Ave- 
nues, and  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth,  from  Telegraph 
Avenue  westerly  to  Market.  Five  hundred  Telegraph  Ave- 
nue, 650  Grove,  700  Castro,  800  West,  850  Curtis,  1100  from 
Adeline  to  Magnolia. 

Nineteenth  Avenue,  between  Eighteenth  and  Twentieth  Ave- 
nues, from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty- 
ninth.  Eleven  hundred  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Fourteenth, 
1250  East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Sixteenth,  1350  East  Seven- 
teenth, 1400  East  Eighteenth,  1450  East  Nineteenth,  1500 
East  Twentieth,  1550  East  Twenty-first,  1600  East  Twenty- 
second,  1650  East  Twenty-third,  1700  East  Twenty-fourth, 
1750  East  Twenty-fifth,  1800  East  Twenty-sixth,  1850  East 
Twenty-seventh,  1900  East  Twenty-eighth. 

Ninth,  between  Eighth  and  Tenth,  from  East  Front  westerly  to 
Market.     (Numbered  same  as  Fourth.) 

Ninth  (North  Oakland),  between  Eighth  and  Tenth,  from  Powell 
northerly  one  block  to  Folsom. 

Ninth  Avenue,  between  Eighth  and  Tenth  Avenues,  from  East 
Tenth  northeasterly  to  Peralta.  Ten  hundred  East  Tenth, 
1050  East  Eleventh,  1100  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Four- 
teenth, 1250  East  Fifteenth,  1300  East  Sixteenth,  1350  East 
Seventeenth,  1400  East  Eighteenth,  1450  East  Nineteenth, 
1500  East  Twentieth,  1550  East  Twenty-first,  1600  East 
Twenty-second,  1650  East  Twenty-third,  1700  East  Twenty- 
fourth. 

Nolan,  between  Brockhurst  and  Brown,  from  Grove  westerly  to 
San  Pablo  Avenue.  Six  hundred  fifty  Grove,  800  West,  '900 
Market. 

Oak,  between  Madison  and  Fallon,  from  Fifth  northerly  to  Lake 
Merritt.  Eight  hundred  Fifth,  825  Sixth,  850  Seventh,  900 
Eighth,  950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1100  Twelfth,  1200  Four- 
teenth, 1250  Fifteenth. 

Oak,  between  Watson  and  Spruce,  from  Prospect  northerly  to 
Excelsior. 

Oakland  Avenue,  between  Broadway  and  Lee;  northeasterly 
from  Bay  Place. 

Oakland  Trotting  Park,  north  of  Emery  Tract  and  west  of 
San  Pablo  Avenue. 

Orange;  continuation  of  Oakland  Avenue. 

Orchard,  between  Prospect  Avenue  and  Hawthorne,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  easterly  to  city  boundary. 

Pacific,  south  of  Brooklyn,  from  Capital  easterly  to  Howard. 

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Park,  west  of  Park  Place. 

Park  (see  Twenty-seventh). 

Park  Avenue,  from  East  Twelfth  near  Twenty-third  Avenue 

southerly  to  Park,  Alameda. 
Park  Avenue  (Emery  Tract)  from  San  Pablo  Avenue  to  the 

bay. 
Park  Place,  north  of  Spring,  from  Pleasant  Avenue  westerly. 
Peralta,  between  Brooklyn  and   Prospect,   from  Lake   Merritt 

easterly  to  Clinton. 

Peralta,  east  of  Campbell,  from  First  northerly  to  San  Pablo 
Avenue.  Six  hundred  First,  700  Third,  800  Fifth,  850  Sev- 
enth, 900  Eighth,  950  Ninth,  1000  Tenth,  1050  Eleventh, 
1100  Twelfth,  1150  Thirteenth,  1200  Fourteenth,  1250  Fif- 
teenth, 1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seventeenth,  1400  Eighteenth, 
1500  Twentieth,  1600  Twenty- second,  1700  Twenty-fourth, 
1800  Twenty-sixth,  1900  Twenty-eighth,  2000  thirtieth, 
2100  Thirty-second,  2200  Thirty-fourth,  2300  Thirty-sixth. 

Peralta  Avenue,  between  Fruit  Vale  Avenue  and  county  road 
to  Redwoods. 

Peralta  Heights,  east  of  Lake  Merritt,  between  East  Eight- 
eenth and  East  Twenty-first. 

Perry,  east  of  Wallsworth,  extension  of  Oakland  Avenue. 

Pine,  between  Spruce  and  Clinton,  from  Prospect  northerly  to 
Excelsior. 

Pine,  between  Cedar  and  Wood,  from  Third  northerly  to  A. 
Seven  hundred  Third,  750  Atlantic,  800  William,  850  Sev- 
enth, 875  Goss,  900  Division,  1000  Seward,  1050  Lincoln. 

Pleasant  Avenue,  north  of  Lake  Merritt,  northerly  to  cemetery. 
Plumas,  between  Tehama  and  Sonoma,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly  to  Adeline. 

Plymouth  Avenue,  between  Hawthorne  Avenue  and  Edwards, 
from  Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  city  boundary. 

Poplar,  between  Kirkham  and  Union,  from  Eighth  northerly  to 
Peralta.     (Numbered  same  as  Adeline  to  Twenty -ninth.) 

Powell,  north  of  Oakland  Trotting  Park,  from  San  Pablo  Ave- 
nue to  the  bay. 

Prospect,  between  Lincoln  and  Peralta,  from  Lake  Merritt 
easterly  to  Clinton. 

Prospect  Avenue,  between  Merrimac  Place  and  Orchard,  from 
Telegraph  Avenue  easterly  to  city  boundary. 

Putnam,  between  Union  and  Stevens,  from  Clinton  northerly  to 
Hampell. 

Racine,  between  Telegraph  and  Shattuck  Avenues,  from  Merced 
Avenue  to  Alcatraz  Avenue. 

Railroad  Avenue  (see  Seventh). 

Reed,  north  of  Hampell,  from  Thirteenth  Avenue  easterly. 


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San  Pablo  Avenue,  from  Fourteenth  and  Broadway  northerly 
to  Thirty -sixth.  Twelve  hundred  Fourteenth,  1250  Fif- 
teenth, 1300  Sixteenth,  1350  Seventeenth,  1400  Eighteenth, 
1450  Nineteenth,  1500  Twentieth,  1550  Twenty-first,  1600 
Twenty-second,  1650  Twenty-third,  1700  Twenty-fourth, 
1750  Twenty-fifth,  1800  Twenty-sixth,  1850  Twenty-seventh, 
1900  Twenty-eighth,  1950  Twentv-ninth,  2000  Thirtieth, 
2050  Thirty-first,  2100  Thirty-second,  2200  Nolan,  2250 
Brown,  2300  Walton. 

Saunders,  continuation  of  east  Twenty-second. 

Second,  betwen  First  and  Third,  from  Madison  westerly  to  Mar- 
ket.    (Numbered  the  same  as  Fourth.) 

Second  Avenue,  between  First  and  Third  Avenues,  from  East 
Tenth  northerly  to  East  Sixteenth.  Ten  hundred  East  Tenth, 
1100  East  Twelfth,  1200  East  Fourteenth,  1250' East  Fif- 
teenth. 

Seventeenth,  between  Sixteenth  and  Eighteenth,  from  Broad- 
way westerly  to  Market,  and  from  Kirkham  westerly  to  the 
bay.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Nineteenth.) 

Seventeenth  Avenue,  between  Sixteenth  and  Eighteenth 
Avenues,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East 
Twenty-fourth.  (Numbered  similar  to  Nineteenth  Avenue 
as  far  as  East  Twenty-fourth.) 

Seventh,  between  Sixth  and  Eighth,  from  East  Front  westerly 
to  the  bay.  Fifty  Fallon,  100  Oak,  150  Madison,  200  Jack- 
son, 250  Alice,  300  Harrison,  350  Webster,  400  Franklin, 
450  Broadway,  500  Washington,  550  Clay,  600  Jefferson, 
650  Grove,  700  Castro,  750  Brush,  800  West,  900  Market, 
950  Myrtle,  1000  Filbert,  1050  Linden,  1100  Chestnut,  1150 
Adeline,  1200  Magnolia,  1250  Union,  1300  Poplar,  1350 
Kirkham,  1400  Cypress,  1450  Center,  1500  Chester,  1550 
Henry,  1600  Lewis,  1650  Campbell,  1700  Willow,  1800  Pine, 
1850  Cedar. 

Seventh  Avenue,  between  Sixth  and  Eighth  Avenues,  from 
San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty-fifth. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Eighth  Avenue.) 

Seward,  between  Lincoln  and  Taylor,  from  Peralta  westerly  to 
the  bay.     Sixteen  hundred  Peralta,  1700  Willow,  1800  Pine 

Shasta,  between  Sonoma  and  Sutter,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly  to  Adeline. 

Shattuck  Avenue,  from  junction  of  Forty -fifth  and  Telegraph 
Avenue  to  Berkeley. 

Shell  Mound  Avenue,  south  of  King,  East  Oakland. 

Shell  Mound  Park,  on  Central  Pacific  Railroad,  west  of  Oak- 
land Trotting  Park. 

Shell  Mound  Tract,  between  Livingston  and  Dennison,  East 
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Short,  between  Goss  and  Division,  from  Pine  westerly  to  the  bay. 
Eighteen  hundred  Division,  1850  Cedar. 

Silver,  between  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Broadway,  from  Moss 
Avenue  northerly. 

Sixteenth,  between  Fifteenth  and  Seventeenth,  from  Telegraph 
Avenue  westerly  to  the  bay. 

Sixteenth  Avenue,  between  Fifteenth  and  Seventeenth  Ave- 
nues, from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty- 
first.  (Numbered  the  same  as  Eighteenth  Avenue,  stopping 
at  East  Twenty-first.) 

Sixth,  between  Fifth  and  Seventh,  from  Fallon  westerly  to  Mar- 
ket.    (Numbered  the  same  as  Fourth.) 

Sixth  Avenue,  between  Fifth  and  Seventh  Avenues,  from  East 
Seventh  northeasterly  to  East  Twentieth.  (Numbered  simi- 
lar to  Fifth  Avenue.) 

Sonoma,  between  Plumas  and  Shasta,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly  to  Adeline. 

Spring,  north  of  Lake  Merritt,  from  Pleasant  Avenue  westerly. 

Spruce,  between  Oak  and  Pine,  from  Prospect  northerly  to  Ex- 
celsior. 

Stevens,  east  of  Putnam,  from  Duncan  northerly. 

Stone,  between  Capital  and  Howard,  from  Pacific  northerly  to 
Prospect. 

Stratton  (see  East  Twenty-sixth). 

Sullivan  (see  East  Twenty-third). 

Summer,  north  of  Lake  Merritt  and  east  of  Broadway. 

Summit,  between  Telegraph  Avenue  and  Webster,  from  Pros- 
pect Avenue  northerly  two  blocks. 

Surryhne,  between  Gladding  and  the  bay,  from  A  northerly  to  B. 

Sutter,  between  Shasta  and  Menlo,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly  to  Adeline. 

Sycamore,  between  Twenty-fifth  and  Twenty-sixth,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Five  hun- 
dred Telegraph  Avenue,  650  Grove. 

Taylor,  between  Seward  and  Chase,  from  Peralta  westerly  to 
the  bay.  Sixteen  hundred  Peralta,  1650  Campbell,  1700 
Willow,  1750  Wood,  1800  Pine. 

Tehama,  between  Alpine  and  Plumas,  from  Shattuck  Avenue 
westerly  to  Adeline. 

Telegraph  Avenue,  from  Fifteenth  and  Broadway  northerly 
to  Thirty-sixth.  Twelve  hundred  fifty  Fifteenth,  1350 
Seventeenth,  1450  Nineteenth,  1550  Twenty-first,  1700 
Twenty-fourth,  1900  Twenty-eighth,  2100  Thirty-second, 
2300  Thirty-sixth. 

Tenth,  between  Ninth  and  Eleventh,  from  Fallon  westerly  to 
Peralta.      (Numbered  the  same  as  Seventh  to  Pine.) 

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Tenth  Avenue,  between  Ninth  and  Eleventh  Avenues,  from 
East  Tenth  northeasterly  to  East  Twentieth.  (Numbered 
the  same  as  Ninth  Avenue  to  terminus.) 

Third,  between  Second  and  Fourth,  from  Oak  westerly  to  the 
bay.     (Numbered  same  as  First  to  Campbell.) 

Third  Avenue,  between  Second  and  Fourth  Avenues,  from 
East  Ninth  northeasterly  to  East  Sixteenth.  (Numbered 
the  same  as  Fourth  Avenue.) 

Thirteenth,  between  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth,  from  Fallon 
westerly  to  Market,  and  from  Center  westerly  to  Wood. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Fourth.) 

Thirteenth  Avenue,  between  Twelfth  and  Fifteenth  Avenues, 
from  East  Eleventh  northeasterly  to  city  boundary.  (Num- 
bered the  same  as  Eleventh  Avenue.) 

Thirtieth,  between  TwTenty  -ninth  and  Thirty -first,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue,  and  between 
Twenty-eighth  and  Thirty-second,  from  San  Pablo  Avenue 
westerly  to  Peralta.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Thii^-second.) 

Thirty-fifth,  between  Thirty-fourth  and  Thirty-sixth,  from 
Telegraph  Avenue  westerty  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  (Num- 
bered the  same  as  Thirty-fourth.) 

Thirty-first,  between  Thirtieth  and  Thirty-second,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Five  hun- 
dred Telegraph  Avenue,  650  Grove,  800  West. 

Thirty-fourth,  between  Thirty-third  and  Thirty-fifth,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  Peralta.  Five  hundred  Telegraph 
Avenue,  650  Grove,  800  West,  900  Market,  1050  Linden, 
1150  Adeline. 

Thirty-ninth,  south  of  Fortieth,  from  San  Pablo  Avenue  to 
Telegraph  Avenue. 

Thirty-second,  north  of  Thirty-first,  from  Telegraph  Avenue 
westerly  to  Peralta.  Five  hundred  Telegraph  Ave,  650 
Grove,  800  West,  900  Market,  950  San  Pablo  Avenue,  1000 
Filbert,  1050  Linden,  1100  Chestnut,  1150  Adeline,  1200 
Magnolia,  1250  Union. 

Thirty-sixth,  northern   boundary  line   of  the  city,  from  Tele- 
graph Avenue  westerly  to  Peralta.     (Numbered  the  same  as 
Thirty-second.) 
Thirty-third,  between  Thirty-second  and  Thirty-fourth,  from 
San  Pablo  Avenue  easterly  to  Grove.     (Numbered  same  as 
Thirty -fourth.) 
Trenor,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 
Twelfth,  between  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth,  from  Fallon  west- 
erly to  the  bay.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Eighth.) 
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Twelfth  Avenue,  between  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth  Avenues, 
from  San  Antonio  Creek  northeasterly  to  East  Twentieth. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Eleventh  Avenue  to  East  Twentieth.) 

Twentieth,  between  Nineteenth  and  Twenty-first,  from  Lake 
Merritt  westerly  to  Market  and  Feral ta,  westerly  to  the  bay. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Eighteenth.) 

Twentieth  Avenue,  between  Nineteenth  and  Twenty-first 
Avenues,  from  East  Twelfth  northeasterly  to  East  Twenty- 
first.     (Numbered  same  as  Eighteenth  Avenue.) 

Twenty- eighth,  between  Twenty-seventh  and  Twenty-ninth, 
from  Telegraph  Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue,  and 
between  Twentv-sixth  and  Thirtieth,  from  San  Pablo  Ave- 
nue  westerly  to  Peralta.  (Numbered  the  same  as  Thirty- 
second.) 

Twenty-fifth,  between  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-sixth,  from 
Broadway  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Four  hundred 
fifty  Broadway,  500  Telegraph  Avenue,  650  Grove. 

Twenty-first,  between  Twentieth  and  Twenty-second,  from 
Broadway  westerly  to  Peralta.  (Numbered  the  same  as 
Nineteenth.) 

Twenty-first  Avenue,  between  Twentieth  and  Twenty-second 
Avenues,  from  East  Twelfth  northeasterly  to  city  boundary. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Nineteenth  Avenue.) 

Twenty-fourth,  between  Twenty- third  and  Twenty-fifth,  from 
Lake  Merritt  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue,  and  from 
Market  westerly  to  the  bay.  Three  hundred  Waverly,  350 
Valdez,  400  Webster,  450  Broadway,  500  Telegraph  Avenue, 
650  Grove,  900  Market,  950  Myrtle,  1000  Filbert,  1050  Lin- 
den, 1100  Chestnut,  1150  Adeline,  1200  Magnolia,  1300 
Poplar,  1600  Peralta,  1700  Willow,  1750  Wood. 

Twenty-fourth  Avenue,  commences  at  East  Sixteenth  and 
runs  northeasterly  to  city  limits. 

Twenty-ninth,  between  Twenty-eighth  and  Thirtieth,  from 
Grove  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Six  hundred  fifty 
Grove,  800  West. 

Twenty-second,  between  Twenty-first  and  Twenty -third,  from 
Lake  Merritt  westerly  to  the  bay.  (Numbered  the  same  as 
Twenty-fourth.) 

Twenty-second  Avenue,  between  Twenty-first  Avenue  and 
the  city  boundary,  from  East  Twelfth  northeasterly  to  East 
Twenty-first.  (Numbered  the  same  as  Eighteenth  Avenue.) 
Twenty-seventh,  between  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty-eighth, 
from  Grove  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Six  hundred 
fifty  Grove,  800  West. 
Twenty-sixth,  between  Sycamore  and  Twenty-seventh,  from 
Grove  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue,  and  between  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-eighth,  from  San  Pablo  Avenue  westerly 
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second  Avenues,  northeasterly  to  city  boundary.  (Num- 
bered  the  same  as  Twenty-second  Avenue.) 

Tyler,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 

Union,  between  Poplar  and  Magnolia,  from  Second  northerly  to 
Peralta.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Adeline  to  Twenty-ninth.) 

Valdez,  between  Webster  and  Waverly,  from  Twenty- second  ' 
northerly  to  Twenty-fourth.  Sixteen  hundred  Twenty-  ; 
second,  1650  Twenty-third. 

Valdez,  south  of  Kennedy. 

Valley,    between    Telegraph    Avenue    and    Broadway,    from 
Twenty-second  northerly  to  Twenty-fourth.     One  Twenty-  i 
second,  Fifty  Twenty-third. 

Vernon,  continuation  of  Lee. 

Wallace  (see  Twenty-eighth). 

Wallsworth,  east  of  Broad  way,  from  Prospect  northeasterly. 

Walnut  (see  Twenty-second).  " 

Walton,  between  Brown  and  Thirty-sixth,  from  Telegraph  Ave- 
nue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Five  hundred  Tele- 
graph Avenue,  650  Grove,  800  West,  900  Market. 

Washington,  between  Clay  and  Broadway,  from  First  north-  j 
erly  to  Fourteenth.     (Numbered  same  as  Broadway  to  its 
terminus,  Fourteenth.) 

Washington  Square,  East  Fourteenth  between  Sixth  and 
Seventh  Avenues. 

Water,  between  Shell  Mound  Avenue  and  San  Antonio  Creek.  | 

Watson,  east  of  Howard,  from  Pacific  northeasterly  to  Excelsior,  j 

Watts  (Emery  Tract)  between  Emery  and  Harlan,  from  Peralta 
northerly  to  Park  Avenue. 

Waverly,  east  of  Valdez,  from  Twenty-second  northerly  to 
Twenty-fourth.  Sixteen  hundred  Twenty-second,  1650 
Twenty-third. 

Webster,  between  Franklin  and  Harrison,  from  First  northerly 
to  Hawthorne  Avenue.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Broadway.) 

Webster  (see  East  Eighteenth). 

Webster  Avenue,  from  Central  Place  northeasterly  to  Mount- 
ain View  Cemetery. 

West,  between  Market  and  Brush,  from  Sixth  northerly  to 
Thirty-sixth.  (Numbered  the  same  as  Broadway,  beginning 
at  Sixth.) 

Weston  Avenue,  north  of  Moss  Avenue,  from  San  Pablo  Ave- 
nue easterly  to  New  Broadway. 

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William,  between  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth,  from  Telegraph 
Avenue  westerly  to  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Five  hundred  Tel- 
egraph Avenue. 

William,  between  Seventh  and  Atlantic,  from  Peralta  westerly 
to  the  bay.  Sixteen  hundred  Peralta,  1650  Campbell,  1700 
Willow,  1750  Wood,  1800  Pine,  1850  Cedar. 

Willow,  between  Wood  and  Campbell,  from  Third  northerly  to 
Twenty-eighth.     (Numbered  the  same  as  Campbell.) 

Willow,  from  San  Antonio  Creek  to  Park  Avenue. 

Wilson,  between  Hopkins  and  Milbury,  from  Thirteenth  Ave- 
nue easterly. 

Wood,  between  Pine  and  Willow,  from  Third  northerly  to  A. 
(Numbered  the  same  as  Campbell.) 

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MAA2HIIVJE     BlIVIFE     PLAITING. 

Fine  Silks  and  Buntings  a  Specialty.    Work  Done  While  Waited  For. 

This  is  the  only  machine  plaiting  works  in   Oakland,  and  the  only  place  where    knife  plaiting  is 
done  at  city  prices,  2  cents  per  yard.     Don't  mistake  the  place, 

859  Broadway,  4  Doors  From  Seventh  St.,  Upstairs,  Boom  26. 

Railroad  Line  to  Piedmont. 


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These  Cars  are  open,  and  the  seats  elegantly  upholstered.  The  Route, 
winding  through  lovely  scenery,  gradually  ascends  the  highlands  over- 
looking the  city  and  bay,  and  the  landscapes  are  conceded  by  tourists  to 
be  among  the  finest  in  the  world.  With  the  balmy  air,  sharpened  just 
enough  by  the  ocean  breezes,  the  body  feels  exhilarated  to  an  extent  un- 
known in  any  of  the  suburban  three-mile  rides  of  San  Francisco.  Cars 
run  regularly  week-days  and  Sundays. 

.  BLAIR,  Proprietor. 


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Abbott  John  W,  laborer,  res  459  Ninth 

Abell  I  L,  general  writer  for  the  press,  476  Eighth,  res  Charter  Oak 

Hotel 
Able  Mitchell,  candy  maker,  res  716  Webster 
Ackerman  Ida  Mrs,  res  1455  Fifth 
Acme  Bath  Co,  C  E  Gillett,  Masonic  Temple 
Adams  Arabell  Mrs,  res  837i  Brush 
Adams  E  P,  res  1519  Fifth  " 

Adams  G,  soda  works,  res  1152  Webster  £ 

Adams  T,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  528  Third 
Adams  V  P,  res  1519  Fifth  £ 

Addison  Sarah  L  Mrs,  capitalist,  res  Lake  Shore  ave 
Adie  Tomasia  C,  domestic,  res  205  Fourth 
Adney  R  C  J,  teacher,  res  1521  Eighth 
ADRJANCE  J  C,  agent  American  Biscuit  Co,  NE  cor  Sixth  and 

Madison 
^Etna  Mineral  Water  Co,  W  V  Doughty  agt,  476  Eighth 
Ahern  Daniel  J,  res  1114  Nineteenth 
Aickley  Agnes,  res  561  Second 
Albert  H,  clerk,  res  911  Linden 
Algeo  William  J,  carpenter,  res  1521  Seventh 
Allen  L  W,  printer,  res  463  Third  q 

Allen  William  Henry,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1328  Versailles  ave 
Alles  Joseph  Prince,  laborer,  res  375  Fifth 
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res  1322  Telegraph  ave  O 

Ames  Walter,  helper  S  P  Co 
Amos  C  C  Mrs,  Playter  Block,  rm  45  7* 

Anderson  Alick,  fruit  dealer,  res  716  Webster 

Anderson  Catherine  M  Mrs,  seamstress,  res  366  Second  (J 

Anderson  Henry,  res  1016  Kirkham  O 

Anderson  Lizzie  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  716  Webster  SP 

Anderson  Mary  Mrs,  res  1268  Campbell  CO 

Anderson  S  E  Mrs,  res  SK  cor  Seventh  and  West 
Anderson  William,  moulder,  res  833  Campbell 
Andrew  Frank,  barber,  res  1171  Eighteenth  ave 
Andrew  Robert,  laborer,  res  1171  Eighteenth  ave 
Anglesota  Manuel,  teamster,  res  573  Third 


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Antonio  Boitano,  bootblack,  res  455  Seventh 

Antonio  Cordano,  bootblack,  res  455  Seventh 

Aranson  Ulax,  clerk  H  Alexander,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Wash- 
ington 

Arbaugh  Mary  Miss,  copyist  recorder's  office,  res  967  Washington 

Arff  Christina  S,  domestic,  res  1017  Adeline 

Armstrong  E  F,  traveler,  res  1103  Broadway 

Armstrong  T  L  (Cottrell,  Armstrong,  Clark  &  Norton)  res  Union 
bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 

Arnold  R,  homeopathic  physician,  office  906  Broadway,  rm  72, 
res  615  Seventeenth 

Arnsthall  Pet  Mrs,  res  1114  Twelfth 

Arronge  Eugene,  cleaner,  res  835  Washington 

ARTH  GEORGE  V  (Frederick  &  Arth)  cor  Webster  and  Tenth, 
res  816  Alice 

Asher  Louis,  poultry  dealer,  res  667  Webster 

Ash  worth  John,  clerk,  res  Prescott  House 

Atchison  William,  watchman  S  P  Co 

Athearn  Ethel  H,  shorthand  writer,  res  1419  Grove 

Atherton  Frank,  res  912-916  Washington 

Atherton  J  C,  res  912-916  Washington 

Atkinson  A  A,  picture  frames  and  mouldings,  1267  San  Pablo  ave, 
res  519  Sixteenth 

Atkinson  L  F,  music  teacher,  res  519  Sixteenth 

Avery  A  W,  passenger  conductor,  res  1319  Telegraph  ave 

Avilla  Manuel,  farmer,  res  458  Eighth 

Aylwin  N  C  Robert,  res  358  East  Sixteenth 

Aymar  Ada  Mrs,  res  603  Sixteenth 

Ayres  Lisa,  teacher  Newland  Kindergarten,  res  1758  Taylor 

Ay  res  Ransom  G,  res  1607  Brush 

Babbidge  G  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1300  Harrison 

Baca  Jepota  Miss,  cor  Twenty-first  and  Linden 

Baccus  Benjamin,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  res  755  Webster 

Bachman  Louis,  stenographer,  res  1453  Seventh 

Bakeman  Mina  I  Mrs,  res  1459  Brush 

Baker  E  D  Col,  Camp  No  5,  S  of  V,  office  906  Broadway 

Baker  Will  L,  student  of  theology,  res  Pacific  Theological  Sem- 
inary 

Baker  Henrietta  Mrs,  cook,  res  555  Broadway 

Baldrig  Sarah  Miss  (Hanavan  &  Baldrig)  res  1566  Broadway 

Baldwin  A  S,  real  estate,  res  226  Eleventh 

Baldwin  Emma  L,  res  1005  Webster 

Baldwin  George,  res  1521  Eighth 

Baldwin  H  W  Mrs,  res  838  West 

Balker  John  P,  bookkeeper,  res  1015  Broadway 

Balkwill  May  E  Miss,  res  1214  Clay 

Bannister  A,  res  1350  Madison 

Barlman  John  A,  painter,  res  1670  Sixteenth 


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BARLOW,  QUIGLEY  &  CO  (A  Barlow,  W  B  Quigley,  E  J  Gra 
ham  and  J  W    Mahoney)   proprietors  People's   Express  Co, 
423  Tenth 

Barnard  G  B,  pres  Barnard's  Business  College,  res  S  F 

Barnard's  Business  College,  G  B  Barnard  pres,  O  J  Willis  princi- 
pal, 462  Tenth  and  1003J  Broadway,  rms  24  and  25 

Barney  Fred  N,  painter,  res  1723  Filbert 

Barnickel  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  656  Webster 

Barrett  D  W  (D  W  Barrett  &  Co)  res  Newland  House 

BARRETT    D    W    &  CO,    real  estate  and  collection  agents,  856 
Washington 

Barrett  Henry  C,  res  458  Tenth 

Barry  Mary  Mrs,  servant,  res  541  Nineteenth 

Bartels  Charles,  barber,  junction    Broadway  and  San  Pablo  ave, 
res  501  Twenty-fourth 

Bartholmew  Nettie  E,  res  1235  Broadway 

Barton  C  A  Mrs,  artist,  res  363|  Twelfth 

Bates  M  A,  res  1060  Seventh  ave 

Baynard  Sam,  cook,  res  968  Broadway 

Beach  George  C,  res  513  East  Twelfth 

Beangner  W  S  Mrs,  WCTU  Coffee  Room,  res  476  Ninth 

Beans  Archie,  carpenter,  res  513  Ninth 

Beck  E  Mrs,  elocutionist,  252  Eighth 

Beekman  C  H  Mrs,  res  708  Filbert 

Bell  J  K,  res  831  Franklin 

Benham  A  M,  music  dealer,  res  554  Thirteenth 

BENSON  P  F>  attorney   and   counselor-at-law,  456    Eighth,  rms 
2  and  3,  res  167  Third 

Bentley  Charles  H.  student  State  University,  res  1314  Castro 

Bentley  Robert  Rev,  presiding  elder  M  E  Church,  res  1314  Castro 

Benton  Ackerson,  res  1760  San  Pablo  ave 

Benyou  A  F^res  910  Peralta 

Bernall  Charles,  upholsterer,  res  head  of  Mitchell,  East  Oakland 

Bernard  White,  res  1220  West 

Bernick  Edward,  carpenter,  res  1517  Third 

Bernstein  Henry,  res  959  Broadway 

Berrien  George,  res  823  Kirkham 

Berrien  R,  res  823  Kirkham     • 

Bertrand  M  Sister,  Sister  of  Mercy,  res  Convent  of  Our  Lady  of 
Lourdes 

Biglow  E,  real  estate  agt,  res  458  Ninth 

Billsbeck  George,  saloon  keeper,  res  477  Eighth 

Black  Albert  L,  res  1381  Eighth 

Blackwood  Elia  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  1210  Fourteenth 

Blasdel  H  G,  mining,  res  Shuey  Lane,  Fruit  Vale 

Blei  Robert,  collector  Electric  Light  Co,  res  1103  Broadway 

Blethan  Charles,  machinist,  res  603  Broadway 

Block  Elias,  res  Fruit  Vale 


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BLxxlworth  E,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1862  Seventh 
Bock  H,  res  379  Twelfth 
Boisvert  Joseph  U,  truckman,  res  415  Fourth 
Bond  William  F,  contractor,  res  807  Alice 
Bookman  Harry,  junk  dealer,  res  219  Second 
Booth  J  H,  farmer,  res  1555  Third 
Boult  John  H,  lawyer,  res  1003  Twelfth 
Bourgett  Joseph,  blacksmith,  res  1685  Eighth 
BOVEE,  TOY  &  CO  (W  H  Bovee  and  George  D  Toy)  real  estate 
agents  and  brokers,  422  Twelfth  and  19  Montgomery,  S  F 
Bovee  W  H  (Bovee,  Toy  &  Co)  res  S  F 
Bowen  Joseph,  laborer  rolling  mill,  res  1934  Poplar 
Bo  wen  Mary,  res  1934  Poplar 
Bowie  Katie  Miss,  res  833  Campbell 
Bowie  Lizzie  Miss,  res  833  Campbell 
Boynton  C  E,  salesman,  res  1053  Broadway 
Bradley  Harry  C,  res  1608  William 

Bretonnel  J  V,  printer  California  Labor  Press,  S  F,  res  539  Fred- 
erick 
Brian  Jane  Mrs,  res  759  Fourth 
Bridger  Robert,  res  522  East  Eleventh 
Brinks  P  E,  res  476  Twelfth 
BR0DE  R,  blacksmith  and  machinist,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Clay, 

res  561  Clay 
Brooks  Lafayette,  cattle  dealer,  res  1313  Twelfth  ave 
Brooks  Lincoln  M  Mrs,  res  1111  Adeline 
Brown  F  E,  res  1380  Fifth  ave 
Brown  George  E,  butcher,  res  557  Nineteenth 
Browne  Abby  Miss,  res  971  West 
BRUCE   E    C    (Bruce,    Grannis   &    Marvin)  1004  Broadway,  res 

Brunswick  House 
BRUCE,  GRANNIS  &  MARVIN  (E  C  Bruce,  F  R  Grannis  and  H 

A  Marvin)  real  estate  dealers,  1004  Broadway 
Buele  E  S  Miss,  artist,  res  1014  Broadway 
Buell  S  W,  gardener,  res  803  Castro 
Bull  Helen  Mrs,  res  855  Washington 
Bunyan  Maria  Miss,  bakery,  res  1250  Center 
Burdick  Allen  C,  student,  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 
Burlinoame  E  G  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Burnett  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  584  Twenty-second 
Burns  &  Crump  (Walter  F  Burns  and  John  G  Crump)  real  estate, 

422  Seventh 
Burns  Walter  F  (Burns  &  Crump)  res  S  F 
Busch  J,  machinist  and  blacksmith,  res  621  Chestnut 
Butler  Patrick  W,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Fourteenth  and  Camp- 
bell 
Butler  R  E,  coal  yard,  res  1613  Magnolia 
Butson  William  H,  carpenter,  res  1321  Ninth  ave 


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Byrod  Sarah  B  Mrs,  teacher,  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 
Cahil  Julia,  domestic,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and   Twenty-second 
Cahill  Dennis,  employe  box  factory,  res  961  Third 
Cahill  Edward  F,  editor  Tribune,  res  1368  Tenth 
Cain  Nora  Miss,  domestic,  res  1311  Harrison 
Caldwell  A,  res  378  East  Fifteenth 
Calehan  Con,  laborer,  res  611  Madison 

CALIFORNIA  BANK  AND  TRUST  CO  (The)  A  C  Henry  presi- 
dent, Frank  H  Brooks  cashier,  1006  Broadway 
CALIFORNIA    MILITARY    ACADEMY,  Colonel    W  H  O'Brien 

principal,  cor  Prospect  and  Telegraph  ave 
CALKIN  EVERELL  F>  plaster  decorations,  369  Twelfth,  res  1737 

Myrtle 
Callings  Jim,  laborer,  res  416  Fifth 
CAMERON  H  M  (McDonald  &  Cameron)  474  Eighth,  res  NW  cor 

Twelfth  ave  and  Twenty -first 
Cameron  Minnie  Miss,  res  1229  Thirteenth  ave 
Camillus  Sister,  Sister  of  Mercy,  res   Convent   of   Our    Lady   of 

Lourdes 
Campbell  Jennie  B  Mrs,  res  462  Third 
Campion  Louis,  student,  res  1622  Thirteenth  ave 
CANNON  &  TEMPLETON  (E  M  Cannon  and  T  A  Templeton) 

real  estate  and  insurance,  960  Broadway 
Canoll  John,  laborer,  res  1731  Adeline 
Canty  Mary  Miss,  res  1227  Chestnut 
Carey  Frank,  paper  hanger,  res  1360  Thirteenth  ave 
Carey  Helen  Mrs,  res  1360  Thirteenth  ave 

Carey  James  T,  gardener  Court  House,  res  1360  Thirteenth  ave 
Carius  Fred,  foreman  stock,  res  456  Eighth 
Carlin  H  C  Mrs,  res  621  East  Fifteenth 
Carlon  Robert,  clerk,  res  780  Eighteenth 
Carmel  M  Sister,  Sister  of  Mercy,  res    Convent  of  Our  Lady  of 

Lourdes 
Carmody  Cornelius,  barkeeper  Winthrop  House,  res  408  Sixth 
Carpenter  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  307  Third 

CARPET  CLEANING  AND  RENOVATING  WORKS,  J  J  Lerri  & 

Co  proprietors,  361  Thirteenth 
Carrell  George  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  763  Campbell 
Carver    Lewis    M,  upholsterer    and    mattress    maker,    res  524 

Eleventh  ave 
Cavanaugh  P  J  (Oakland  Real  Estate  Co)  res  1166  Twelfth 
Center  Samuel  H,  miner,  res  1160  Union 
Chamberlain  Mary  I  Mrs,  artist,  res  955  Magnolia 
Chambers  J  J  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1161  Fifth 
CHAMPLIN  &  WILLIAMSON  (John  L  Champlin  and  James  M 

Williamson)  boots  and  shoes,  1053  Broadway 
Chapin  Charles  C,  student,  res  1576  Chestnut 
Chaplin  G  M,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  West  Berkeley 


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Ch  pman  B  (J  F  Chapman  &  Co)  res  1021  Ninth  ave 

Chapman  Edgar  C,  lawyer,  res  534  Eighteenth 

Chapman  Hall,  farmer,  res  534  Eighteenth 

Chapman  M  C,  lawyer,  res  905  Broad wTay 

CHAPMAN  M  E>  attorney-at-law,  906  Broadway 

Chappee  Irene  Mrs,  news  stand,  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway,  res  cor 

East  Fourteenth  and  Twenty-third  ave 
Chioree  Joseph,  res  1678  Pacific 
Chrisman  W  C  Mrs,  res  462  Twelfth,  rm  16 
CITY  HALL  LIVERY  STABLE,  George  C  Hunt  proprietor,  514 

Fourteenth 
CLARK  C  H  (Clark,  Holland  &  Co)  res  536  Eighteenth 
Clark  Edward  (Cottrell,  Armstrong,  Clark  &  Norton)  res   1722 

Linden 
Clark  Frank,  photographer,  res  1528  West 
CLARK,    HOLLAND   &  CO   (C  H  Clark,  A  P  Holland  and  A  G 

Glenn)  real  estate  agents  and  auctioneers,  res  406  Twelfth 
CLARK  HORACE,  news  stand,  Market  Street  Station 
Clark  John,  laborer,  res  368  Tenth 
Clark  Walter  B,  printer,  res  518  William 
Cleaveland  A  S  Mrs,  res  559  Frederick 
Cleve  L  Mrs,  res  691  East  Thirty-second 
Clow  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  571  Caledonia  ave 
Clow  Gussie  A  Miss,  res  571  Caledonia  ave 
Coakley  Ellen,  domestic,  res  577  Charter 
Coakley  Michael,  gardener,  res  577  Charter 
Cobbledick  L  N,  clerk  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  177  East  Twelfth 
Coburn  H  N,  canvasser,  res  1383  Broadway 
Cody  J  A,  res  560  Ninth,  downstairs 
Coffee  M  H,  dry  goods,  843  Broadway 
Coffin  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  614  East  Seventeenth 
Cohen  Alfred  H,  atty-at-law,  res  Howard,  Fruit  Vale 
Coleback  Samuel,  tailor,  res  173  Eighth 
Coleman  Block,  J  C  Thickstun  propr,  1103i  Broadway 
Colety  Julia  Miss,  res  263  Second 
Collins  Bird  Miss,  res  58  East  Twelfth 
Collins  Elizabeth  Miss,  res  1605  Thirteenth  ave 
Collins  John,  employe  railroad,  res  410  Tenth 
Colvin  F  M  Mrs,  res  655  East  Thirty-second 
Companies   A   and  F,  National  Guard  of  California,  1308  San 

Pablo  ave 
C0MST0CK  EXCHANGE,  T  E  Finch  agent,  825  Broadway  SW 

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C0NAWAY  M  L  MRS,  res  The  Winsor 
Conlon  Annie  Mrs,  res  833  Magnolia 
Conlon  John  Jr,  lather,  res  654  Linden 

Conner  JeffD,  telegraph  operator,  res  1140  East  Seventeenth 
Conoley  Michael,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1622  Union 


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Converse  Albert,  clerk,  res  504  Thirteenth 

Cook  Delia  M  Miss,  res  1313  Eleventh  ave 

Cook  Grace  Miss,  res  464  East  Twelfth 

Cook  M  A,  res  808  Harrison 

Corbert  Sadie  Miss,  res  456  East  Twelfth 

Cornell  Mat,  bookkeeper,  902  East  Twenty-first 

CORNWALL  AMBROSE,  dentist,  1069  Broadway,  res  Vernon 
Heights 

Corvinious  Harriet  Mrs,  res  1015  Linden 

Cosmo  Juan,  bootblack,  res  412  Second 

Cottle  Hannah  Mrs,  res  263  East  Seventeenth 

Cottrell,  Armstrong,  Clark  &  Norton  (George  Cottrell,  T  L  Ann- 
strong,  Edward  Clark  and  E  B  Norton)  proprs  Oakland  Iron 
Works,  NE  cor  Second  and  Jefferson 

Cottrell  George  (Cottrell,  Armstrong,  Clark  &  Norton)  res  S  F 

Coughin  John,  blacksmith,  res  1519  Seventh 

Cowell  William,  harness  trimmer,  res  1656  Thirteenth  ave 

Coyne  Carrie  Mrs,  res  473  Sixth 

Crane  E  G,  real  estate  agt,  res  577  Twelfth 

Cravett  Tom,  saloon,  res  362  Ninth 

Crawford  M  A  Rev,  res  1462  West 

Crist  E  Mrs,  res  1312  Telegraph  ave 

Crocker  Nora  Miss,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Campbell 

Crompton  Robert,  pattern  maker,  res  952  Twenty-fourth 

Cronin  May  Miss,  res  1373  Ninth 

Crump  John  G  (Burns  &  Crump)  res  S  F 

Cruz  &  Kennedy,  coal  dealer,  1465  and  1467  Eighth 

Cullen  Delia,  domestic,  res  1426  Eighth 

Cullen  John,  res  616  Second 

Culver  Charles  A,  mgr  Coon  &  Co,  S  F,  res  279  East 
Twelfth 

Cushing  Frank  H,  proof-reader,  res  Playter  Block,  rm  22 

Dagen  Sam  A,  druggist,  res  1359  Telegraph  ave 

Daggett  Allen  F,  tailor,  res  1451  Seventh 

Daggett  S  W,  laborer,  res  1451  Seventh 

Dahman  Bessie,  res  630  Fourteenth 

Daken  Anna  Clay,  res  1311  San  Pablo  ave 

Dallon  Kate  Miss,  housekeeper,  res  865  Twentieth 

Dana  L  Mrs,  res  2  Saunders,  East  Oakland 

Danforth  Washington,  horse  trainer,  res  1901  Union 

Darriac  F,  clerk,  res  619  Sixteenth 

Davies  Eliza  Mrs,  res  657  Washington 

Davis  Mary  W  Mrs,  res  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and  Thirty-sixth 

DAVIS  WILLIAM  N,  manager  Oakland  Branch  Kellett  &  Mc- 
Murray,  res  613  Seventeenth 

Davis  Willie,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  1918 
Lincoln 

Deal  James  A,  laborer,  res  615  Madison 


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Do  Cora  M  E  Miss,  agt  S  P  Co,  cor  Seventh  and  Broadway,  res 
952  Castro 

Denniston  J  A,  teamster,  res  833  Magnolia 

De  Pue  F  H,  res  320  Eighth 

Depue  Mary  Miss,  res  771  Fourteenth 

De  Verner  A  Mrs,  res  913  Magnolia 

Dewing  A  A,  banker,  res  279  East  Twelfth 

Dickley  Frank,  house  mover,  res  866  Twenty-first 

Dieke  Eustus  H,  carpenter,  res  cor  Sixteenth  ave  and  East 
Twenty-first 

Dille  E  R  Rev,  pastor  M  E  Church,  res  1401  Castro 

Dixon  H  F,  brakeman,  res  855  Center 

Dods  Lincoln,  driver  delivery  wagon,  res  1006  Webster 

Donavan  John  C,  laborer,  res  1467  Seventh 

Donelan  C  C  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1116  Washington 

Dongery  Charles,  plasterer,  res  1828  Adeline 

Donham  E  Mrs,  res  1235  Broadway 

Donnell  John,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

Donnelly  Lizzie  Miss,  res  561  Eighth 

Dorward  James  C,  student  of  theology,  res  463  Plymouth  ave 

Doud  E  S  (Smith,  Doud  &  Mockbee)  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Her- 
mitage 

Doughty  Walter  V,  agt  yEtna  Mineral  Water  Co,  476  Eighth, 
res  S  F 

Druhra  Carl,  box  factory,  res  1312  Grove 

Dunham  Warren,  patent  agt,  res  1235  Broadway 

Dwight  Foster',  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  927 
Cedar 

Eabubreu  Manuel  F,  laborer,  res  1009  East  Twenty-second 

Eaitken  Edward,  carpenter,  res  614  East  Seventeenth 

Edelen  Emma  Mrs,  res  914  Peralta 

Ed  man  Carl,  butcher,  res  24  Myrtle 

Egbert  H  H,  bookkeeper,  res  518  William 

Eichler  F,  music  teacher,  res  Andover  bet  Edwards  and  Plymouth 
ave 

Elbrecht  L  Miss,  domestic,  res  941  Filbert 

Eldredge  C,  res  830  Fourteenth 

Elford  Mary  E,  dressmaker,  res  502  East  Twenty-third 

Ellsworth  J  T,  res  815  Eighteenth 

Eilwood  Mary  E,  res  13L6  Eighth  ave 

E  rick  son  Fred,  steam  boating,  res  1012  Twenty-fourth 

Ksperson  Mary  Miss,  res  1212  Campbell 

Estill  R  K  Mrs,  res  176  Ninth 

Eustice  John,  machinist  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res  804  Castro 

Evers  August  C,  painter,  res  769  Lydia 

Everts  Block,  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway 

Faessler  Louisa  Mrs,  res  1827  Adeline 

Fairchild  Helen  M  Miss,  res  554  Thirteenth 


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Fake  William  H,  farmer,  res  1131  East  Nineteenth 

Farley  James  F,  expressman,  res  814  East  Sixteenth 

Fath  Annie  M,  res  1269  Thirteenth 

FENNESSY  JOHN,  proprietor  The  Phoenix  Saloon,  849  Broad- 
way, res  664  Sixth 

Ferguson  Fanny,  res  1057  Twelfth  ave 

Ferguson  George,  clerk,  res  1100  East  Twenty- third 

Ferris  L  A,  res  65 2 £  East  Fourteenth 

Field  Caroline  H  Miss,  res  760  Fourteenth 

Field  Lucy  A  Miss,  res  760  Fourteenth 

Filbelet  Don,  bootblack,  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  res  1042  Union 

Fischer  Frank  S,  printer,  res  870  Adeline 

Fischer  J  Mrs,  res  763  Fifth 

Fish  Theo  J,  insurance  agt,  res  1050  Broadway 

Fisher  Hattie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  512  Twentieth 

Fisher  Joseph  Major,  coal  merchant,  1401  Broadway,  res  1382 
Telegraph  ave 

Fisher  M  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1017  Thirtieth 

Fitch  A  G  (Fitch  &  Mait)  res  1874  Seventh 

FITCH  &  MAIT  (A  G  Fitch  and  E  Mait)  house  and  sign  painters, 
1728  Seventh 

Fitzgerald  Jenkins  Mrs,  res  934  Peralta 

Fitzgerald  M,  insurance  agt,  res  1050  Broadway 

Floerssinger  Barbera,  servant,  res  1460  Castro 

Forester  Edward  H,  res  1462  Eighth 

Foster  Antone,  carpenter,  res  1564  Twenty-first  ave 

Frates  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  121  Hollis 

French  Marshall  (Martin  &  French)  res  S  F 

Frye  Amanda  V  Miss,  res  608  Fifth 

Fulcher  Barbara  Mrs,  res  1740  Linden 

Fuqua  Daniel,  res  829  Campbell 

Gailen  Bessie  Miss,  res  1114  Nineteenth 

GALVIN  JAMES,  carriage  manufacturer,  511  and  513  Fourteenth 

Gardner  Jerome  T,  res  463  East  Eleventh 

Garr  Urana  Mrs,  res  1952  Filbert 

Garvar  James,  employe  nail  works,  res  1235  Broadway 

Gavica  E  J  Mrs,  res  677  Seventh 

Gazave  Jean,  res  373  First 

Gazzola  Victor,  conductor,  res  870  Peralta 

Gile  Elizabeth  Mary,  res  721  East  Thirty-fifth 

Gillbrock  Margie  Mrs,  res  626  Third 

Gilmore  Robert  Mrs,  res  1213  Franklin 

GLENN   A  G  (Clark,  Holland  &  Co)  res  Everts  Block,  rxn  32 

Goldberg  Benjamin,  emplove  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  ns 
173  Eighth 

GOLDEN  GATE  SALOON,  A  D  Neher  proprietor,  1769  Sixteenth 

Goods  Carey  S,  clerk,  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Sixth  Avenue 

Gordon  C  M  Mrs,  res  563  Fourteenth 


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Gordon  Will  H,  res  5G3  Fourteenth 

Gorevan  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  1235  Poplar 

Grabner  F  G,  capitalist,  res  470  Eleventh 

Graham  E  J  (People's  Express  Co)  res  1017  Pine 

GRANNIS  F  R  (Bruce,  Grannis  &  Marvin)  res  145G 

Grauli  Annie  Miss,  res  319  Eleventh 

Green  John  G,  laborer,  res  1711  Linden 

Greenleaf  Adeline  S  Mrs,  res  1353  Webster 

Greenlin  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  514  East  Twelfth 

Greenman  Ella  E  Mrs,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  1217  Sixth  ave 

Greer  J  B,  milk  ranch,  res  1750  Webster 

Grenville  Oliver,  physician,  res  614  Fifth 

Greve  Charles,  barkeeper,  res  273  Sixth 

Grosjean  Charles  A,  foreman  Lumber  Yard,  res  518  Third 

GROSSMAYER  &  CO  (M  H  Grossmayer)  real  estate  agents,  420 
Twelfth 

Grossmayer  M  H  (Grossmayer  &  Co)  res  Kelsey  House 

Guertin  Frank  (Oakland  Real  Estate  Co)  ies  1069  Grove 

Gutfin  Vira  Mrs,  res  1524  Fifth 

Hakes  J  J,  res  1060  Harrison 

Hale  Crescent,  piano  mfr,  res  864  Peralta 

Hale  E  F,  fruit  canner,  res  864  Peralta 

Hale  William,  capitalist,  res  864  Peralta 

Haleton  Phcebe  Mrs,  res  Beulah  Park,  East  Oakland 

Hall  Fremont  S,  railroad  engineer,  res  161  Seventh 

HALL  F  T>  house  painting,  paper  hanging  and  general  job- 
bing, 369  Thirteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster,  res  1256 
Alice  (see  adv) 

Hallett  Kittie  Miss,  res  1319  Ninth 

Haller  R  G  Mrs,  res  864  Peralta 

Hamm  Lillie,  student,  res  1304  Eighth 

Hanley  George,  carpenter,  res  1739  Filbert 

Hanley  George  W,  carpenter,  res  1747  Filbert 

Hanley  John  W,  horse  dealer,  res  1747  Filbert 

Hanley  W  T,  stableman,  res  1565  Seventh 

Hannan  J  J,  painter,  res  718  Eleventh 

Hanrahan  Anna  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1953  Magnolia 

Hansen  Lizzie,  domestic,  res  719  Webster 

Hardmeyer  Eliza  Mrs,  res  1377  Eighth 

Hardy  J  A  Mrs,  res  1213  Franklin 

Have  T  J  Mrs,  res  67  East  Twelfth 

Harrigan  T  F,  iron  worker,  res  1427  San  Pablo  ave 

HARRIS  &  BEEL  (J  L  Harris  and  M  S  Beel)  gents'  clothing 
and  furnishing  goods,  909-913  Broadway 

Harris  E  A,  salesman  Snow  &  Pettis,  res  1766  Eighth 

Hart  Edward  S,  Bank  of  California,  res  Nineteenth  ave,  High- 
land Park 

Haswell  W  P,  carpenter,  res  866  C  .tester 


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Haven  Egbert  D,  student  Pacific  Theological  Seminary 

Hawes  M  L  Mrs,  res  576  East  Fourteenth 

Hawes  Vienna  C  Mrs,  res  1060  Seventh  ave 

Hawkins  Waverly  C,  time  keeper  Palace  Hotel,  res  966  Kirkham 

Hayes  James  (Todd  &  Hayes)  res  371  Tenth 

Hayes  Mary  Miss,  res  1407  Eighth 

Hayes  William,  clerk,  res  862  Chester 

HEALD  &  WADE  (F  S  Heald  and  B  L  Wade)  real  estate  agents, 
628  East  Twelfth 

Heather  Lillie  Miss,  res  1164  Peralta 

Heimerle  I  F  Mrs,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 

Henderson  Mat  lie  Mrs,  res  971  Chester 

Henry  Eliza  Mrs,  res  668  Seventh 

Herlitz  Herman  Capt,  res  1515  Fifth 

Hershberg  Rieka  Mrs,  res  1456  Castro 

Hill  James,  hotel  keeper,  res  162  Second 

Hill  Mark  T,  saloon,  res  162  Second 

Hill  Rowland  C,  student  Pacific  Theological   Seminary 

Hill  Stephen,  livery  stable  keeper,  res  162  Second 

Hill  Thomas,  saloon,  res  162  Second 

HILL  W  L  (Davis  &  Hill)  res  Claremont 

Hiner  J  J,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

Holdener  F  J,  machinist,  res  1151  Washington 

Holland  John,  laborer,  res  511  Twenty-fourth 

Hook  H  H,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  928 
Peralta 

Hook  M  R,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  928 
Peralta 

House  Arthur  L,  bunker,  res  279  East  Twelfth 

Howard  Lizzie,  domestic,  NE  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East 
Twenty-second 

Howenn  Watts  E,  carpenter,  res  715  Third 

Howkins  W  C,  tobacconist,  res  966  Kirkham 

Hudnall  Edith  E  Miss,  res  946  Union 

Hust  Valentine,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Julia 

Hutchinson  H  L,  res  1212  Castro 

Irwin  Elizabeth  A  Miss,  res  1066  Tenth 

Jacobs  Lucinda  E  Mrs,  res  960  Center 

James  — ,  house  painter,  res  560  Ninth 

James  Mary  Mrs,  res  866  East  Twelfth 

Jay  lor  Samuel,  plumber,  850  Market,  res  952   Third 

Jeghers  Mary  Miss,  res  952  Fourteenth 

Jennmgs  Fred  W,  boiler  maker,  res  661  Alice 

Johnson  Nils,  cabinet  maker,  res  372  East  Eleventh 

Jones  A  S,  res  480  Orchard 

Jones  Daniel,  employe  nail  works,  res  47o  East  Twelfth,  rear 

Jones  James  G,  Pacific  Coast  mgr  Massachusetts  Benefit  Associa- 
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Jones  Mattie  Miss,  res  488  Twenty-third 

KAYSER  A>  proprietor  Oakland  Journal,  832  Webster,  res  1377 

New  Broadway 
Kehoe  Edward,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  West 

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Kenney  M  Mrs,  res  925  Third 

Kenney  M,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  1G76  Pacific 
Kenney  Sarah  Miss,  res  925  Third 
Kenzler  W,  res  520  Eighth 
Kenzler  W  C,  res  520  Eighth 
King  C  K,  res  1819  San  Pablo  ave 
KING   OF   AGUE    BITTERS,   Robinson  &   Co   proprietors,    249 

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Kirk  J  W,  carriage  trimmer,  res  779  Twelfth 
Kirk  Will  B,  druggist,  res  779  Twelfth 
Klauenberg  Freida  S  Miss,  domestic,  res  854  Henry 
Knotz  William,  butcher,  res  1409  Thirteenth  ave 
Koell  Mary  Miss,  servant,  409  East  Twelfth 
Kuenzi  J  R  Mrs,  res  512  Eighth 

Laboeuf  Francis,  moulder  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res  762  Jefferson 
Lagrue  Ella  Miss,  domestic,  res  1405  Eleventh 
Lamb  Horace  B,  res  275  East  Twelfth 
Lamberson  Mary  K  Miss,  student,  res  9G3  Center 
Lanard  William,  laborer,  res  802  Franklin 
Lane  J  C,  res  962  East  Seventeenth 
LANGE  F  W>  agent  American  Biscuit  Co,  1034  Peralta 
Larue  Cyrus,  student,  res  608  East  Eighteenth 
Larue  Louise  D  Mrs,  res  608  East  Eighteenth 
Lauer  Mike  J,  cigar  maker,  res  831  Broadway 
Lawrence  Manuel,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing   Co,  res  cor 

Thirty-sixth  and  San  Pablo  ave 
Leavitt  D  S,  dressmaker,  res  519  Sixteenth 
Leavitt  I  F,  res  519  Sixteenth 
Lee  Oscar,  porter,  res  816  Henry 
Leech  William,  res  1482  San  Pablo  ave 
LEHNHARDT   EMIL    (Lehnhardt  &  Sparrowe)  471   Fourteenth, 

res  1103^  Broadway 
LEHNHARDT  &  SPARROWE  (Emil  Lehnhardt  and  Charles  G 

Sparrowe)  candy,  confectionery   and    ice-cream  parlors,  471 

Fourteenth 
Leonard  Charles  C,  real  estate  dealer,  res  918  Chester 
Liddicoat  Bessie  Miss,  dressmaker,  1940  Union 
Linck  Theodore,  clerk  post-office,  S  F,  res  1369  Twelfth 
Logan  M  J  Mrs,  res  661  Ninth 
Luhr  William  Mrs,  res  1515  Fifth 
Lumsden  A,  employe   Wentworth   Boot  and    Shoe  Co,  res   1668 

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Lunt  C  M,  pressman,  res  911  Washington 


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Lussier  N,  clerk,  res  100G  Chester 

Lutter  Harry,  cook,  res  703  East  Twelfth 

Lynch  Mary  A  Miss,  servant,  res  815  Twenty-second 

Maar  Fred  H,  theological  student,  res  463  Plymouth  ave 

Macdonald  Alice  Mrs,  res  1060  Seventh  ave 

Macdonald  J  A  C,  plumber,  res  1373J  Broadway 

MacKinnon,  teacher,  res  617  Tenth 

MacPherson  William  Mrs,  domestic,  818  Myrtle 

Magulenhoupt  Frederick,  res  489  Orchard 

Mahoney  J  W,  People's  Express  Co,  res  1017  Pine 

Mair  Kusner,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  West 
Oakland  House 

Mait  Ed  (Fitch  &  Mait)  res  1721  Seventh 

Manning  &  Son  (T  P  and  T  J)  merchant  tailors,  461  Seventh 

Manning  T  J  (Manning  &  Son)  461  Seventh 

Manning  T  P  (Manning  &  Son)  re  Eureka  Hotel 

Manty  C  W,  res  562  Eighth 

Marini  Louis,  gravel  dealer,  690  Market 

Marolf  Emma,  res  864  Henry 

Martin  Harriet  Mrs,  capitalist,  res  Highland  Park 

Marvin  L  C  Mrs,  employment  office  and  hair  goods,  955  Wash- 
ington, res  376  Twelfth 

Matran  Bernard,  fish  dealer,  416  Second 

Matrey  A  Mrs,  res  752  Third 

Mauk  N  L,  res  416  Seventh 

McBean  Mary  Ann  Mrs,  res  1665  Twelfth 

McCarthy  Ella  Miss,  domestic,  res  1514J  Seventh 

McCloskey  C  J  Mrs,  res  1766  William 

McCrary  Kate  Miss,  res  779  Twelfth 

McDermott  — ,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res 
Grand  Western   Hotel 

McDonald  John,  laborer,  res  1720  Thirteenth  ave 

McGinniss  Thomas,  boiler  maker,  res  1575  Fifth 

McGregor  David  C,  blacksmith  P  H  McGrew,  res  1421  Thirteenth 
'     ave 

Mclntire  Dan,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1018  Adeline 

McKerman  Catherine  Mrs,  domestic,  res  1424  Tenth 

McMenrini  Robert  D,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-first  ave  and 
East  Nineteenth 

McPels  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1359  Seventeenth 

McQuaid  Hannah  Miss,  res  726  Myrtle 

Moloney  A  M  Mrs,  res  769  Lydia 

MERRIMAN   MANUFACTURING  CO,  Griffith  Grit  president, 

W  W  Weeks  manager  and  treasurer,  II  L  Flint  secretary, 
manufacturers  and  dealers  in  grocers'  and  druggists'  supplies, 
laboratory  412  Eighth,  office  20  California,  S  F 

Merritt  Isaac,  bookkeeper,  res  1421  Eleventh  ave 

Meyers  S  Mrs,  res  1006  Chester 


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Mider  James,  res  1370  Eighteenth 

Mitchell  Henry,  expressman  Whitney  &  Co,  res  366  Third 
Mitchell  Nicholas  J,  expressman  Whitney  &  Co,  res  366  Third 
Mockbee    W    K  (Smith,  Doud   &   Mockbee)  res   Fruit  Vale  nr 

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Money  M  H  Mrs,  bird  store,  res  2255  San  Pablo  ave 
Moore  J  K,  mechanic,  res  655  East  Thirty-third 
Mosch  John,  waiter,  res  712   Webster 

NEHER  A  D>  proprietor  Golden  Gate  Saloon,  1769  Sixteenth 
Nelson  Theodore,  laborer,  res  Highland  Park 
Newland  Kindergarten,  757  Peralta 
NICOLAYSON  FRANK  N  (Professor  Robinson  &  Co)  249  Steuart, 

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Nye  Wm,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  916  Peralta 
Oberg  M  Mrs,  res  369  Prospect  ave 
Organ  Joisaffe,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  1253 

Cypress 
ORR  JAMES  A  (Tuttle  &  Or)  res  1366  San  Pablo  ave 
Ottewell  Alfred  D,  civil  engineer,  res  763  Eighth 
Overmohle  Susie  T,  res  1674  Sixteenth 
Ovler  Robert,  architect,  res  1307  Sixth  ave 

PARKER  J  A  (Zeuner  &  Parker)  954  Broadway,  res  Grand  Cen- 
tral Hotel 
Parnell  Alfred    H,  stone   cutter,  res    cor    East   Nineteenth    and 

Twenty-first  ave 
Partridge  William,  brakeman,  res  1418  Ninth 
Pelimbaum  Solomon,  merchant,  res  856  Isabella 
Petezilka  Fred,  res  115  A 
Powell  — ,  clerk,  res  1637  Buena  Vista  ave 
Prather  Edward  L,  civil  engineer,  res  562  Eleventh 
Priest  Martha  Mrs,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Campbell 
Prime  M  S  (Stevenson  &  Prime)  res  268  East  Seventeenth 
Putnam  Ida  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  731  Chester 
Reed  L  D  Mrs,  res  959  Fourth  ave 
Rhodes  — ,  res  366  Tenth 
Richardson  D  S,  res  456  East  Twelfth 
Robertson  A  M,  potter,  res  519  Sixteenth 
Robinson  Maury,  farmer,  res  911  Grove 
ROBINSON     PROFESSOR     &    CO,    proprietor    King    of    Ague 

Bitters,  249  Steuart,  S  F 
Roehnert  Bertha  Mrs,  res  1522  Third 
Rosborough  Joseph,  res  1769  Nineteenth  ave 

ROTHENBERG  S  B>  wines  aud  liquors,  wholesale,  864  Broadway 
Rountree  Bros,  real  estate,  1012  Broadwavand  407  Montgomerv, 

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Rountree  James  O  Jr,  res  S  F 
Rountree  Newton  W  (Rountree  Bros)  res  S  F 
Rountree  —  (Rountree  Bros)  res  S  F 


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Rusk  Elizabeth,  res  1457  Fifth 

Rutherford  David  (Rutherford  &  McPike)  res  1165  West 

RUTHERFORD    &   McPIKE,  hardware,  stoves  and  ranges, 


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SACKETT  SCHOOL,  D  P  Sackett  principal,  529  Twenty-first 
SAUFLEY  &  CO  (R  C  and  W  B  Saufley)  real  estate,  465  Ninth 
SCOVILLE  AVERY  (Scoville  &  Son)  res  1818  Atlantic 
SCOVILLE  FRANK  (Scoville  &  Son)  res  1818  Atlantic 
SCOVILLE  IRON  WORKS,  Scoville  &  Son  proprietors,  all  kinds 

of  machinery,  engines  and  castings,  SE  cor  Second  and  Brush 
SOVILLE  IVES  (Scoville  &  Son)  res  1818  Atlantic 
SCOVILLE  &  SON  (Ives  and  Avery)  proprietors  Scoville  Iron 

Works,  SE  cor  Second  and  Brush 
Sharp  Louis  H,  atty-at-law,  NE  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  Twenty- 
second 
Shaw  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1531  Everett 
Simpson  Charles  H,  res  666  East  Fifteenth 
Smith  J  E,  jeweler,  11 56 J  Seventh 
Smith  Mercy  A  F  Mrs,  res  1530  Twelfth  ave 
Snider  J  E,  res  912-916  Washington 
SPARROWE    CHARLES   G   (Lehnhardt  &  Sparrowe)  471  Four 

teenth,  res  S  F 
Stevenson  Thomas  (Stevenson  &  Prime)  906  Broadway 
STEVENSON  &  PRIME  (Thomas  Stevenson  and  M    S  Prime) 

real  estate  and  house  renters,  906  Broadway 
Stimpson  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  1573  Fifth 
Sullivan  Maggie  Mrs,  res  1674  Pacific 
Sullivan  Margaretta  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  806  Campbell 
SWEETBRIAR    DAIRY,    E  M   Stacey    &  Co    proprietors, 

Broadway 
Trezise  Oscar  W,  clerk,  res  1722  Twenty-first 
Trezise  P  H,  res  1722  Twenty-first  ave 
TUTTLE  E  0  (Tuttle  &  Orr)  res  1307  Market 
TUTTLE  &  ORR  (E  O  Tuttle  and  J  A  Orr)   searchers  of  records, 

906  Broadway 
Van  Wyke  C  L,  fireman,  res  1555  Fifth 
Wass  Sydney,  dentist,  1407  Brush 
Webb  Helen  S  Mrs,  res  562  Eleventh 

Whaley  W  F,  agt  Standard  Oil  Co,  cor  First  and  Castro,  res  S  F 
Whitnev  W  J,  res  1355  Thirteenth  ave 
Wright  George  B,  res  1217  Sixth  ave 
Young  F  B,  res  719  Jefferson 
^Toung  W  J,  carpenter,  res  719  Jefferson 
Young  W  M,  res  719  Jefferson 
Zamoiski  Ada,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  cor 

Alcatraz  ave  and  Collins 
Zamoiski   Saul,  employe  Wentworth    Boot  and    Shoe  C<>,  res  cor 

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SAWS  OF  EVERY  DESCRIPTION 


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REPAIRING   OF  ALL  KINDS  DONE    AT  SHORT  NOTICE. 

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San    Francisco. 


CARDS. 


R.  M.  ANTHONY, 

4  SO  Tenth  Street, 

ami     Washington,    Oakland,    Cal. 

Real  Estate  Agent 

City  and  Country  Property,  Improved  and  Unimproved,  for  Sale. 
LOANS  NEGOTIATED  AT  LOW  RATES. 

RESIDENT  AGENT  for  CITY  of  LONDON  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO,, 

Of  London,  England. 

$10,000,000.00. 
$746,186.00. 


CAPITAL,        - 

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PATENTED  DEC.    21,    1875. 

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Aaron  David,  tailor,  res  260  Eighth 

Aaron  Peter,  tailor,  419  Seventh,  res  260  Eighth 

Aaronson  Max,  clerk  Henry  Alexander,  res  Seventh  bet  Jefferson 

and  Clay 
Aastor  Henry,  laborer,  res  1251  Fifteenth  ave 
Abbay  James  N,  railroad  engineer,  res  955  Willow 
Abbey  Alfred,  mgr  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,   res  761 

Fourteenth 
Abbey  Edgar  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  608  Eighteenth 
Abbey  F  J  Mrs,  res  608  Eighteenth 
Abbey    Lula    Mrs,    singer   Presbyterian  Church,  S    F,    res    761 

Fourteenth 
Abbey    Richard,    pres    Eagle   Box    and   Manufacturing    Co,    res 

Herndon,  Fresno  Co 
Abbott  Adelbert  S,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1362  Twelfth 
Abbott  A  F,  copyist  recorder's  office,  res  475  Ninth 
Abbott  Albert,  harness  cleaner  Robert  Glover 
Abbott  G  D,  clerk  supt's  office  S  P  Co,  res  569  Eleventh 
Abbott  G  S  Rev,  editor  and  proprietor  Herald  of  Truth,  res  569 

Eleventh 
Abbott  Hannah  Mrs,  res  319  Fifth 
Abbott  Moses  A,  farmer,  res  1362  Twelfth  . 
Abbott  Robert,  moulder,  814  Henry 
Abbott  S  M,  res  1168  Broadway 

Abbott  S  M  Mrs,  hair  goods,  1168  Broadway,  res  same 
Abbott  William  D,  painter,  res  Watts  nr  Forty -fifth 
Abby  James,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  955  Willow 
Abele  M  Mrs,  midwife,  res  J  503  Eighth 
Abell  George  H,  farmer,  res  668  Sixteenth 
Abell  Gerald  L,  city  numberer  and  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  1114 

Linden 
Abell  Gertrude  A,  school  teacher,  res  1114  Linden 
Abell  J  M  Mrs,  res  1114  Linden 
Aber  F  Mrs,  res  308  Seventh 

Aber  Nellie  Miss,  tailoress,  376  Seventh,  res  308  Seventh 
Aberhams  Adolph,  tailor,  res  1866  Atlantic 


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Abernethy  Annie  E  Miss,  res  578  Thirteenth 

Aberstein  John,  laborer,  res  459  Fourth 

Abhrams  John,  fruits,  NE  cor  Wood  and  Seventh 

Able  John,  miller,  res  556  Third 

Abraham  E,  salesman,  res  461  Ninth 

Abraham  John  (D  Haggerty  &  Co)  res  Peralta  ave 

Abrahams  John,  merchant,  res  cor  Peralta  ave  and  Linden 

Abrahamson    Bios    (Julius   and   Hugo)    laces  and    fancy  goods, 

1117  Broadway 
Abrahamson  Charles,  carpenter  John  Wemmer,  res  361  Tenth 
Abrahamson  Hugo  (Abrahamson  Bros)  res  N  W  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Jefferson 
Abrahamson  Julius  (Abrahamson  Bios)  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Jefferson 
Abrego  Y  M,  salesman,  S  F,  res  922  Chester 
Abres  John,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co 
Abreu  Manuel  F,  laborer  Oak  Grove    Tannery,  res    1009  East 

Twenty-second 
Abrott  Carstan,  laborer   Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Watts  nr 

Forty-seventh 
ACADEMY  OF  OUR  LADY  OF  LOURDES,  Sister  Mary  Carmel 
superior  ess,  boarding  and  day  school  conducted  by  the  Sis- 
ters of  Mercy,  East  Oakland 
Achard  Charles,  carriage  trimmer  Jos  E  Johnston,  res  869  Eleventh 
Achard  Charles  N,  res  367  Eleventh 

Achard  Laura  Miss,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  367  Eleventh 
Achard  William  L,  clerk  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  res  367  Eleventh 
Acker  E  M,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  944  Wood 
Ackerly  S,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Adeline 
Ackerman  Bridget  Mrs,  res  cor  William  and  West 
Ackerman  Charles,  capitalist,  res  756  Willow 
Ackerman  Fred,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1421  Twelfth 
Ackerman  Jacob,  roll  turner  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 
ACME  ATHLETIC  CLUB,  Fred  M  Campbell  president,  J  M  Polk 

secretary,  305  Fourteenth 
Acme  Bath  Co,  E  D  Ormsby  pres,  C  E  Gillett  sec  and  treas,  E  T 

Taylor  clerk,  1Q14  Broadway,  rms  25  and  26 
Acme  Council  of  United  Friends,  meets  Tuesday  evening  at  Cal- 
ifornia Medical  College 
Acme  Publishing  Co  (Ingham  &  Levy)  520  Fifteenth 
Adamina  Felix  (J  Adamina  &  Co)  res  820  Twenty-ninth 
Adamina  Guiseppe,  painter,  res  820  Twenty-ninth 
Adamina  J  &  Co  (Joseph    and   Felix   Adamina)  house  and   sign 

painters,  8?0  Twenty-ninth 
Adamina  Joseph  (J  Adamina  &  Co)  res  820  Twenty-ninth 
Adams  Alfred,  carpenter  William  A  Duncombe,  res  808  Grove 
Adams  Alfred  W,  carpenter,  its  (118  Eighth 


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115 


Adams  Bert,  barkeeper  C  Jurgens,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Adams  Belle  H  Miss,  res  1357  Franklin 

Adams  Bessie  G  Miss,  res  949  Filbert 

Adams  Camille,  driver  V  L  Fortin,  res  721  Fourth 

Adams  Carrie  Miss,  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  Charles  A,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  810  Alice 

Adams  Charles  B,  insurance  broker,  res  1075  East  Twenty-third 

Adams  Charles  F,  commercial  traveler,  res  214  Third 

Adams  Charles  W,  res  530  Thirty-fifth 

Adams  C  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Adams  Edson,  real  estate,  res  Bay  Place,  Vernon  Heights 

Adams  E  M  Mrs,  res  956  Myrtle 

Adams  Eugene,  helper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  525  Third 

Adams  Frank,  res  945  Willow 

Adams  Frank  H,  clerk  Horace  H  Seaton,  res  367  East  Seven- 
teenth 

ADAMS  FRANK  L  physician,  1104  Broadway,  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  George,  driver  Taylor  &Lohse,  res  1507  Twelfth  ave 

Adams  George  H  (Strong  &  Adams)  res  669  Fourth 

Adams  George  W,  capitalist,  res  571  East  Twelfth 

Adams  Henry  H,  clerk  Phelps  &  Miller.  S  F,  res  1406  Alice 

Adams  Herbert  L,  atty-at-law,  969  Broadway,  res  627  Third 

ADAMS  J  A  D  MRS,  M  D,  O  S  B,  Christian  scientist,  office 
568  Seventeenth 

Adams  James,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  945  Willow 

Adams  James,  real  estate,  res  949  Filbert 

Adams  Jessie  Mrs,  res  605  Sixth 

Adams  J  M,  mariner,  res  755  Grove 

Adams  J  M,  wood,  coal,  hay,  grain  and  feed,  1772  Telegraph  ave, 
res  575  Twenty-fifth 

Adams  John,  res  1357  Franklin 

Adams  John,  stair  builder,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Adams  John  B,  res  2236  Telegraph  ave 

Adams  John  C,  res  Bay  Place,  Vernon  Heights 

Adams  John  Q,  plumber,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Adams  John  S  (Agard  &  Adams)  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  Joseph,  C  S  B,  Christian  scientist,  res  568  Seventeenth 

Adams  J  S  Mrs,  res  860  Clay 

Adams  L  J  Miss,  res  756  Sixteenth 

Adams  L  K  Mrs,  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  Louisa  E  Miss,  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  Minnie  B,  res  364  East  Seventeenth 

Adams  M  S  Mrs,  res  364  East  Seventeenth 

ADAMS  ORSON   B,  physician,  1014  Broadway,  res  1307  Eighth 

Adams  Samuel,  watchman  J  Lusk  Canning  Co 

Adams  Thomas  H  Mrs,  res  630  Sixteenth 

Adams  V  T,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1330  Adeline 

Adams  W  H  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1110  Linden 


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Adams  William  (Levi  &  Co,  S  F)  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Adamson  Daniel,  res  31S  Durant 

Adamson  Frank,  res  666  Thirty-fourth 

Adamson  J  Mrs,  domestic,  res  318  Durant 

Adamson  Margaret  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  QQ6  Thirty-fourth 

Addington  A  M,  potter,  res  803  Isabella  , 

Addington  Charlie,  seaman,  res  803  Isabella 

Addington  M  J  Mrs,  res  803  Isabella 

Addington  Thomas,  teamster,  res  803  Isabella 

Adeline  Market,  L  M  Hignet  propr,  1203  Seventh 

Adney  R  C  J,  principal  Emeiyville  School,  res  1620  Eighth 

Adrian ce  J  C,  agt  California  Cracker  Co,  NE  cor  Sixth  and 
Madison 

Adwald  George,  carpenter,  res  810  East  Twenty-first 

Aegerter  John  Fred,  gardener,  res  1829  Union 

iEtna  Soda  Water,  E  C  Bartlett  agt,  476  Eighth 

African  Methodist  Espiscopal  Church,  John  W  Sexton  pastor, 
Fifteenth  bet  West  and  Market 

Agard  A  H,  clerk  G  W  McKeand,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broad- 
way, res  S  F 

AGARD  &  ADAMS  (AH  Agard  and  John  S  Adams)  physicians, 
1104  Broadway 

Agard  Aurelius  H  (Agard  &  Adams)  res  1259  Alice 

AGARD  &  CO  (J  T  and  J  J  Agard  and  G  W  Scott)  groceries, 
1120  Broadway 

Agard  J  J,  insurance,  S  F,  res  1331  Filbert 

Agard  J  T    (Agard  &  Co)  res  1333  Filbert 

Agard  Louise  Mine,  res  620  Franklin 

Agee  Horatio,  res  1367  Sixth  ave 

Agee  Joseph,  longshoreman,  res  1367  Sixth  ave 

Agee  Mary  J,  dressmaker,  res  1367  Sixth  ave 

Agee  Robert  P,  clerk,  res  1367  Sixth  ave 

Agnaw  Julia  Mrs,  res  1723  Eighth 

Agnew  John  J,  foreman  teamster  S  F  Gas  Co,  res  376  East  Four- 
teenth 

Agnew  Nellie  Miss,  assistant  W  E  Brooks,  res  1554  Telegraph  ave 

Agnew  Thomas,  general  insurance  adjuster,  res  Fairmont   House 

AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS.  Northwestern  Manufacturing 
and  Car  Co,  NE  cor  Second  and  Washington    ■ 

Agricultural  Insurance  Co  of  New  York,  H  Griffin  agt,  958 
Broadway 

Agusta  Hannah  Miss,  domestic,  res  154  Lake 

Agustus  Dominigo,  laborer,  res  917  East  Fifteenth 

Agustus  Dominigo  Jr,  laborer  brass  works,  res  917  East  Fifteenth 

Ahern  C,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Ahern  D  J,  ropemaker  at  cotton  mills,  res  816  Linden 

Ahern  John,  paper  hanger  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  cor  Seven- 
teenth and  Grove 


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Ahern  John  F,  paper  hanger,  res  1316  Grove 

Ahern  John  J,  painter,  res  567  Sixth 

Ahern  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  885  Bay 

Ahern  M  R  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1309  Webster 

Ahern  Patrick,  laborer,  S  F,  res  1614  Seventeenth 

Ahern  Peter,  carpenter,  res  624  Sixteenth 

Ahern  R  H,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  res  1263  Jefferson 

Ahern  Thos,  carpenter,  res  617  Seventeenth 

Ahern  Win  J,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

Ahlberg  Christian,  blacksmith,  res  Clare mont  ave  nr  Telegraph 

ave 
Ahlberg  F,  tailor,  S  F,  res  1  Maple 
Ahrens  D  N,  saloon,  S  F,  res  174  A 
Ahrens  George  M,  saloon,  S  F,  res  176  A 
Ahrens  Jacob  A,  saloon,  S  F,  res  1108  Wood 
Aickley  Charles,  cook,  565  Second 
Aickley  William,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Aiken  Albert,  student,  res  962  Market 

Aiken  Andrew,  carder  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  911   Magnolia 
Aiken  Edmond,  carpenter,  res  614  East  Seventeenth 
Aiken  James,  laborer,  res  244  Hannah 
Aiken  Robert,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1830  William 
Aikens  J,  machinist  J  Lusk  Canning. Co,  res  cor  Forty-sixth  and 

Grove 
Aine  Louis,  carpenter,  res  527  Sixteenth 
Ainsworth  Alfred  G,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1265  West 
Ainsworth  Alfred  G,  real  estate,  res  852  Eighteenth 
Ainsworth  Bros  (E   S  and   D   S),  groceries,  NE  cor  Market  and 

Fourteenth 
Ainsworth  D  S  (Ainsworth  Bros)  res  825  Seventeenth 
Ainsworth  E  S  (Ainsworth  Bros)  res  825  Seventeenth 
Ainsworth  E  S,  special  officer,  res  1701  Twelfth 
Ainsworth  George,  res  852  Forty-eighth 
Ainsworth  George  J,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  Pagoda  Hill 
Ainsworth  G  L,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  852  Eighteenth 
Ainsworth  G  R  R  (H  S  &  G  R  R  Ainsworth)  res  1701  Twelfth 
Ainsworth  HS(HS&GRR  Ainsworth)  res  1701  Twelfth 
Ainsworth  HS&G  R  R,  groceries  and  varieties,  1701  Twelfth 
Ainsworth    John,    student   University,  res   Vernon  ave   nr  Pa- 
goda Hill 
Ainsworth  John,  lumber  surveyor,  res  1466  Fifth 
Ainsworth  John  C,  capitalist,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  Pagoda  Hill 
Ainsworth  Wm  P,  clerk  Stocker  &  Schramm,  res  852  Eighteenth 
Airy  Mary  Mrs,  res  1170  Madison 
Aitchison  Robert  L,  barber,  res  831  Campbell 
Aitken  Robert  G,  teacher  German  and  mechanical  drawing 
Akerly  Benjamin  Rev,  D  D,  rector  St  John's  Episcopal  Church, 
res  1249  Adeline 


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Akerly  Benjamin  M,  with   Liverpool,  London   and  Globe  Insur- 
ance Co,  S  F,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akerly  E  Alden,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akerly  Graham,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akerly  James  C  S,  physician,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akerly  Morris  K,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akerly  Samuel,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1249  Adeline 
Akin   A  J,  foreman  carder  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  911  Mag- 
nolia 
Akins  Charles  H,  hay  and  grain,  res  662  Twenty-ninth 
Akins  L  E,  bookkeeper  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res  715  Tenth 
Akins  Seymour  L,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  715  Tenth 
Akins  W  D,  watchman  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res  715  Tenth 
Akins  W  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  734  Henry 
Alamanzi  Harriet  Mrs,  res  1781  Goss 
Alameda  Anton,  res  779  East  Twelfth 

Alameda  County  Gas  Saving  Co,  M  Neisser  supt,  905  Webster 
ALAMEDA  MACADAMIZING  CO,  Hugh  Sheer  president,  A  T 
Arrowsmith  secretary,  office  456  Eighth,  quarry  Lake  Shore 
ave 

"ALAMEDA,   OAKLAND    AND    BERKELEY    DIRECTORY," 

McKenney    Directory    Co    publishers,    689    Twenty-fourth, 
Oakland,  and  623  Commercial,  San  Francisco 
Albaech  Charles,  employe  West  Berkeley  Rolling  Mill,  res  1012 

Third  ave 
Albaech  Mary  Mrs,  res  1012  Third  ave 
Albee  Herbert,  milkman,  res  s  side  Benton  ave  nr  Adeline 
Alberger  C,  insurance,  S  F,  res  Brunswick  House 
Alberger  Ida  Miss,  res  146  Lake 
Alberger  Maud  T  Miss,  res  146  Lake 
Alberger  W  R,  excursion  trains,  res  Brunswick  House 
Albergh  C,  blacksmith  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  w  s  Claremont 

ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Alberigi  Felix,  miner,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-ninth 
Albert  Joe,  coachman  J  V  Mehrmann,  res  852  Isabella 
Albertzart  Henry,  bartender  The  Zither,  res  1816  Seventh 
Albina  Mary    Mrs,  laundress  Contra   Costa  Laundry,  res    1359 

Thirteenth 
Albrecht  Anna  J  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Albrecht  Laura   Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Albrecht  Richard,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Albreck  Andrew,  hostler,  res  1058  West 
Albridge  Annettie  M  Miss,  res  710  Third 
Albridge  James,  engineer,  res  710  Third 

Albright  Fred,  machinist  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 
Albright  George  F,  clerk   W   W   Montague,   S  F,  res  403  East 
Fourteenth 


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Albright  George   W,   chief  clerk  U  S  Q    M  depot,  S  F,  res  403 

East  Fourteenth 
Albright  John  H  T,  clerk  Hawley  Bros,  S  F,  res  403  East  Four- 
teenth 
Alburn  George  W,  laborer,  res  715  Center 
Alcatraz  Lodge,  No  244,  F  &  A  M,  meets  at  Masonic  Hall,  cor 

Seventh  and  Willow,  on  first  and  third  Monday  evenings  of 

each  month 
Alcazar,  Hanavan  &  Baldric  proprs,  1156  Broadwav 
Alden  C  E,  clerk,  res  722  Myrtle 

Alder  Henry  E,  clerk  Woodward  &  Gamble,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Aldis  Edward,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1669  Eighth 
Aldis  Elizabeth  Mrs,  fancy  goods  and   notions,  1669  Eighth,  res 

same 
Aldrich  A  F  Miss,  principal  Lafayette  School,  res  Brunswick 
Aldrich  Abbv  S  Mrs,  res  580  Jones 

Aldrich  Elsie"  E  Miss,  clerk  W  U  Tel  Co's  Office,  S  F,  res  580  Jones 
Aldrich  James  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  SW  cor  Campbell  and 

William 
Aldrich  L  A,  artesian  well  borer,  res  668  Sycamore 
Aldrich  Letitia  S  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  S  F 
Aldrich  Wm,  carpenter,  res  580  Jones 
Aldritch  George  A  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Aldritch  Helen  Miss,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Aldritch  W  A,  capitalist,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Alexander  Alice  Miss,  dressmaker,  1167  Third 
Alexander  Annie  Miss,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Alexander  Arthur  P,  surveyor,  res  468  Prospect  ave 
Alexander  B  D,  carpenter,  res  1559  Broadway 
Alexander  Charles,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  836  Broadway 
Alexander  Charles  O  (O  Alexander  &  Son)  res  1406  Alice 
Alexander  Eugenia  Mrs,  music  teacher,  1559  Broadway 
Alexander  Ezekiel,  captain  steamer  Queen  of  the  Pacific,  res  1250 

Franklin 
Alexander  Frank  A,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1013  Fourteenth 
Alexander  Goodman,  glazier,  res  709|  Fifth 
Alexander   Henry,   boots  and   shoes,   851    Washington,  res    965 

Fourth  ave 
Alexander  Isidore,  capitalist,  res  1564  Telegraph  ave 
Alexander  Juliette  Miss,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Alexander  J  M  Rev,  res  452  East  Seventeenth 
Alexander  L  L,  mining  engineer,  res  468  Prospect  ave 
Alexander  Lottie  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Alexander  Mattie  Mrs,  res  468  Prospect 
Alexander  O,  merchandise  broker,  S  F,  res  1406  Alice 
Alexander  Samuel  T,  capitalist,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Alexander  Wallace,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Alfonso  Cormen,  res  1314  Thirty-sixth 


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Alger  Charles,  employe  rolling  mill,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 

Alger  Clara  Miss,  res  1020  Adeline 

Alger  Cora  Miss,  res  1020  Adeline 

Alger  James,  employe  carriage  factory,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 

Aljoe  William,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1521  Sixth 

Allan  Charles,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commer- 
cial Union  Hotel 

Allan  Charles,  deckhand  Piedmont,  res  707  Chester 

Allan  Marian  Miss,  domestic,  1403  Jackson 

Allard  A  Mrs,  res  1685  Eighth 

Allardt  Charles,  student,  res  1127  Linden 

Allard t  Fred,  student,  res  1127  Linden 

Allardt  George  F,  civil  engineer,  S  F,  res  1127  Linden 

Alle  Mitchell,  candies,  472  Seventh,  res  716  Webster 

Allen  B,  contractor,  1303  Jefferson 

Allen  B  B  Mrs,  res  1860  William 

Allen  Belle  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  1219  Franklin 

Allen  B  K  (McCarty  &  Allen)  res  1303  Jefferson 

Allen  Carl  D,  bookkeeper,  res  937  Adeline 

Allen  Charles  E,  commission  merchant,  res  822  East  Fifteenth 

Allen  Charles  R,  coal  dealer,  S  F,  res  318  Fourteenth 

Allen  Charles  S,  farmer,  res  High  nr  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 

Allen  E  C  Miss,  res  539  Thirty-sixth 

Allen  E  P  Mrs,  res  327  Eleventh 

Allen  Esther  Mrs,  res  1414  Fifteenth 

Allen  Ethan,  physician,  906  Br'dway,  rm  26,  res  539  Thirty-sixth 

Allen  F  M  Miss,  res  539  Thirty-sixth 

Allen  Frank,  bookkeeper  J  G  Allen,  res  1317  Alice 

Allen  Fred,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  NW  cor  Wood  and  Willow 

Allen  G  C,  driver  water  wagon,  bds  313  Sixth 

Allen  George  H,  carriage  maker  J  E  Johnston,  res  962  Webster 

Allen  George  S,  with  Thos  Day  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1324  Linden 

Allen  Harriet  C  Mrs,  res  829  Seventeenth 

Allen  Hattie  A  Miss,  res  166  Fifth 

Allen  Herbert,  delivery  clerk  W  &  M  Everson,  res  Filbert  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Eighteenth 

Allen  H  J,  railroad  fireman,  res  1773  Eighth 

Allen  Ira  L,  driver  Talcott's   Dairy,  res  High  nr  East  Fourteenth 

Allen  Jackson,  contractor  OCRR,  res  1563  Brush  cor  Twenty- 
second 

ALLEN  JAMES  G   agent  Dixon  Crucible  Co,  S  F,  res  1317  Alice 

Allen  Jennie  C  Miss,  res  1104  Fourteenth 

Allen  Jerome  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1133  Filbert 

Allen  John,  atty-at-law,  res  1104  Fourteenth 

Allen  John  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1773  Division 

Allen  John  J,  atty-at-law,  res  1211  Chestnut 

Allen  L  B,  clerk  supt's  office  S  P  Co,  East  Berkeley,  res  cor 
Walnut  and  Virginia 


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Allen  L  T  Mrs,  res  1722  Twenty-first  ave 
Allen  Mary  Mrs,  res  202  East  Ninth 

Allen  Margaret   Mrs,  janitress  Prescott  School,  res  1104  Four- 
teenth 
Allen  Margaret  Mrs,  domestic,  res  1256  Eighth 
Allen  Marian  Miss,  nurse,  586  Caledonia  ave 
Allen  Mrs,  res  1133  Filbert 

Allen  Myron  W,  carriage  maker,  res  962  Webster 
Allen  N  B,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  806  Wood 
Allen  O  P,  bookkeeper,  res  424  East  Tenth 
Allen  Orrin  E,  clerk  W  F  Kroll,  res  519  Eighth 
Allen  Orrin  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  re=j  1762  William 
Allen  Reece  B,  stamp  and  box  clerk  post-office,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Allen  Richard  K,  mgr  Bankers'  and  Merchants'  Mutual  Insurance 

Co,  res  937  Adeline 
Allen  Robert,  gardener,  res  1841  Webster 
Allen  Robert  W,  carpenter,  res  920  Twenty-fourth 
Allen  Rowland  F,  salesman,  res  822  East  Fifteenth 
Allen  Sarah  Miss,  res  539  Thirty-sixth 
Allen  Stephen  H,  artesian  well  borer,  res  271  Sixth 
Allen  Thomas  J,  c  erk  Pacific  Mail  Steamship  Co's  office,  S  F,  res 

1414  Fifteenth 
Allen  Truman  H,  pension  agt,  S  F,  res  166  Fifth 
Allen  Valient  B,  miner,  res  952  Pine 
Allen  Walter  S,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1804  William 
Allen  William,  employe  C  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Allen  William,  contractor  and  builder,  1694  Telegraph  ave,  res 

same 
Allen  William  A,  res  2233  Magnolia 
Allen  William  C,  machinist,  res  810  Market 
Allen  William  E,  brakeman,  res  810  Market 
Allen  William  M,  carpenter,  res  1104  Fourteenth 
Allen  William  Wallace,  atty-at-law,  res  565  Fifth 
Allensworth  A  M,  barber,  460  Twelfth,  res  407  Twelfth 
Alley  John  A,  laborer,  res  721  Henry 

Allingham  William,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  504  Twenty-fourth 
Allis  Laura  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  808  Twenty-second 
Allison  A,  carpenter,  res  821  Market 

Allison  Benjamin,  butcher  with  O  Bemis,  res  520  East  Fourteenth 
Allman  Emma  J  Miss,  res  1263  Harrison 
Allsop  Robert,  bricklayer,  res  Twenty -first  ave  bet  East  Twentieth 

and  East  Twenty-first 
Allum  A  W,  printer,  res  1270  Market 
ALLUM   LE   ROY   W,  printer,  res  463  and  465  Third 
Almanzi  Agnes  Miss,  dressmaker  r^s  1781  Goss 
Almeda  Manuel  Jose,  longshoreman,  res  755  Campbell 
Almeida   Domingos,    laborer  Judson   Manufacturing  Co,  res  244 
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ALMONT    LIVERY   STABLE    William    Kane  and    John    Daly    S 
proprietors,  1352  San  Pablo  ave  ^J 

Alstrin  Frank,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1074  Chase  H^ 

Alta  House,  Miles  Furniss  propr,  901|  Washington 
Altendorf  Julius  Jr,  sign  writer,  res  1206  Twenty-eighth 
Altendorf  Julius,  grinder,  res  1206  Twenty-eighth 
Althof  Heimen  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S  F)  res"941  Filbert 
Althof  John  A  M,  capitalist,  res  1767  Goss 
Altmeyer   Henry,  nailer   Pacific  Nail  Factory,  res   1266  Fourth 

ave 
Altmeyer   Jacob,  supt  Pacific  Iron   and  Nail    Works,  res    1266 

Fourth  ave 
Altmeyer  Lilly  Miss,  res  1266  Fourth  ave 
Altmeyer  May  Miss,  res  1266  Fourth  ave 
Altmeyer  Martha  Mrs,  res  1266  Fourth  ave 

Altmeyer  Mat,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  360  Fifth 
'  Alvarado  H  V,  asst  agt  S  P  Co,  res  Market 
Altvater  Philip,  plasterer,  res  1005  Fifth 
Alvarez  Manuel,  shoemaker,  res  461  B 
Alves  Isabel  F  Mrs,  res  1271  East  Fifteenth  ave 
Alvis  John  M,  laborer,  res  222  Hollis 
Alvis  Manuel,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  360  B 
Alvis  Sandy,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  356  B 
Alviso  John  P,  laborer,  663  Twenty-sixth 
Alvord  Luke  E,  compositor  Enquirer,  res  11 3 §  Broadway 
Alvres  Antonio  J,  barber,  1466  Seventh,  res  753  Willow 
©     AMADOR  MARBLE  CO,  D  Edward  Collins  secretary,  yard,  en- 
f  -n  trance  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  post-office  box  185 

^^       Amazon   Insurance  Co  of  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  H  Griffin   agt,   058 

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^O     Ambrose  G  A,  physician,  452  Eighth,  res  Bartlett  House 

Ambrose    Joseph,   physician   and    electrician,    452    Eighth,    res 

204  Seventh 
Ambrose  Mamie  Miss,  milliner,  res  1225  Webster 
Ojj   Ambrose  Mrs,   domestic,  1225  Webster 
Q^    Ambrose  Otto,  physician,  res  204  Seventh 
)  "^      Ambrose  Thomas,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 
fH      Amedon  Charles,  carrier  post-office,  res  504  East  Fifteenth 
£— s     American  Bakery,  Christopher  Jaenicke  propr,  815  Broadway 

American  Baptist  Publication  Society,  G  S  Abbott,  D  D,  superin- 
tendent, office  569  Eleventh 
American  Central  Insurance  Co  of  St  Louis,  Mo,  H  Griffin  agt, 
958  Broadway 

AMERICAN  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO  OF  PHILADELPHIA.  H 

Griffin  agt,  958  Broadway 
American  House,  Robert  V  Clark  propr,  616  Broadway 
American  Legion  of  Honor,  meets  Fridays  in  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 

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AMERICAN   LINE  STEAMERS,  George  B  Seaman  agent,  1073 

Broadway 
American  Manufacturing  and  Supply  Co,  cor  Twenty-third  ave 

and  East  Fourteenth 
AMERICAN  MEAT    MARKET,  John   H  F   Schulze   proprietor, 

NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Center 
AMERICAN  MERCANTILE  UNION,   Anthony  C  P  Zuner  mana- 

ger,   James  A  Parker    superintendent,   954  Broadway,   rms 
'  5  and  6 
AMERICAN  SENTINEL  (monthly)  E  J  Waggoner  and  A  T  Jones 

editors,  Pacific  Press  Publishing   Co  publishers,  cor  Twelfth 

and  Castro 
American  Restaurant,  James  H  Kimball   propr,  NW  cor  Thir- 
teenth ave  and  East  Eleventh 
Amerman  Chas,  clerk  S  F  post-office,  res  616  Fourteenth 
Amerman  Fanny  Mrs,  res  616  Fourteenth 
Amerman  Louise  J  Miss,  student,  res  616  Fourteenth 
Ames  Miss,  res  Centennial  House 
Ames  Benjamin,  res  218  Sixth 
Ames  James  H,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  John,  night  sealer  S  P  R  R,  1707  Chase 
Ames  Josiah  P,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  William  D,  bookkeeper,  765  Fourteenth 
Amick  Hiram,  mgr  Oakland    Gas    Consumers'  Association,   res 

473  Twelfth 
Amidon  Charles  E,  letter  carrier,  res  504  East  Fifteenth 
Amidon  Florence  Miss,  dressmaker,  504  East  Fifteenth 
Amidon   Maggie,   hosiery  department  California  Hosier}?-  Co,  res 

36  Grove 
Amidon  Mary  Mrs,  dressmaker,  504  East  Fifteenth 
Amidon  Sim,  driver  Anderson's  Express,  res  1805  Seventh 
Am  merman  Henry  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  647  Campbell 
Ammerman  H  J,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  647  Campbell 
Amos  C  C  Mrs;  mgr  A  Coplin,  res  Arcade  House 
Amos  Joseph,  porter  Pullman   Sleeping  Car  Co,  res  1927   Union 
Amsden  Ernest  Mrs,  res  1366  Ninth  ave 
Amstutz  Charles,  watchmaker  R  W  Edwards,  res  371  Tenth 
Anafios  Antonio,  barber  C  Briones,  res  708  Webster 

ANCHOR  LINE  OF  STEAMERS,  George  B  Seaman  agent, 
1073  Broadway 

Ancient  Order  Druids,  meets  every  Thursday  evening  at  Schim- 
melpfennig's  Hall,  East  Twelfth  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
avest 

Ancient  Order  Forresters,  No  112,  meets  at  Germania  Hall 

Ancient  Order  Forresters,  meets  Wednesday  evening,  Court  Ad- 
vocate, 1015  Clay 

Ancient  Order  Hibernians,  Division  No  1,  William  Sullivan 
pres,  meets  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Grove 


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Ancient    Order    Hibernians,    Division    No    2,    James   Sullivan 

pres,  meets  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Grove 
Ancient  Order    Hibernians,  Division  No  3,  Patrick  Mullen  pres, 

meets  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Grove 
Ancient  Order  United  Workmen,  hall  377  Twelfth 
Anders  William,  agt   New    Home  sewing  machine,  1009  Broad- 
way, res  763  Sixteenth 
Andersen   Charles,   tailor    Brown    &    McKinnon,  res  Grove    bet ' 

Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Andersen  Charles,  carpenter,  res  1455  Linden 
Andersen  Christina,  domestic,  1974  Webster 
Andersen  Jacob,  varnisher,  res  638  Chestnut 
Andersen  Johan  Jacob,  engineer,  res  1002  East  Twenty-first 
Andersen  Lena  Miss,  res  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Andersen  M,  coachman  E  M  Herrick,  res  2081  Webster 
Andersen  Otto  E,  machine  hand  Independent  Planing  Mill,  res 

562  Thirty-ninth 
Anderson  —  ,  res  2032  Broadwav 
Anderson   Mrs,  dressmaker,  Alameda,  res  361  Tenth 
Anderson  A  Miss,  clerk  New  Liberty  Bakery,  res  857  Washington 
Anderson  Abbie  A  Mrs,  863  Center 

Anderson  A  H,  house  and  sign  painter,  res  1162  Seventh 
Anderson  Alexander,  fruit  dealer,  cor  Broadway  and  Thirteenth, 

res  325  Sixth 
Anderson  Alexander,  tinner  S  P  Co,  res  1762  Atlantic  ' 
Anderson  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Henry 
Anderson  Annie,  domestic,  1214  Brush 
Anderson  Annie  B,  domestic,  1313  Madison 
Anderson  A  T,  carpenter,  res  1082  East  Twenty-fourth 
Anderson  Augusta  Miss,  res  1016  Kirkham 
Anderson  Bettie  Mrs,  res  1168  East  Fourteenth 
Anderson  Betty,  cook  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 
Anderson  Charles,  nailer   Pacific  Iron  and  Nail   Works,  res  514 

Fourth 
Anderson  Charles,  clerk,  res  1204  Fourteenth 
f^jj^  Anderson  Charles,  teamster,  222  B 

Anderson   Charles  G,   yardman    Puget    Sound   Lumber   Co,  res 

1204  Fourteenth 
Anderson  Charles  J,  first  mate  Oakland  ferryboat,  res  918  Henry 
Anderson  Charlotte  Miss,  domestic,  res  522  Knox  Place 
Anderson  Christian,  painter,  res  1672  Atlantic 
Anderson  Conrad,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Anderson  Oris,  night  clerk,  S  F,  res  1701  Adeline 
Anderson  Edward  H,  laborer,  res  n  s  Thirty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Anderson  Edwin,  with  Wm  Anderson,  res  1302  San  Pab'o  ave 
Anderson  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1302  San  Pablo  ave 
Anderson    Emma    W   Mrs,  teacher   Lafayette  School,  res    1014 

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Anderson  Emma,  domestic,  1391  Harrison 

Anderson  P]  W  Mrs,  res  1014  Broadway 

Anderson  Frank,  laborer  Alameda  quarry 

Anderson  F  V,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Anderson  George,  salesman  candy  factory,  S  F,  res  1674  Atlantic 

Anderson  George  W,  expressman,  res  1074  Atlantic 

Anderson  Gertie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1209  Jackson 

Anderson  Gustave,  student,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 

Anderson  G  W,  express,  105(5  Broadway,  res  Atlantic  nr  Point 

Anderson  Harry,  carpenter,  res  1456  Eleventh  ave 

Anderson  Hattie  Miss,  res  914  Sixteenth 

Anderson  Hattie  Miss,  res  1156  Madison 

Anderson  Henry,  mining  engineer,  res  1016  Kirkham 

Anderson  Henry,  miner,  res  1012  Pine 

Anderson  Henry  I,  engineer  steamer  Apache,  res  713  Brush 

Anderson  Hilda,  domestic,  1268  Seventh  ave 

Anderson  H,  smelter  and  refiner,  res  905  East  Fourteenth 

Anderson  J,    laborer,  950  Pine 

Anderson  Jacob,  potter  Oakland   Art  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta 

Works,  res  Nineteenth  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  aves 
Anderson  James,  pottery  agt,  res  1314  Fifth  ave 
Anderson  James,  gardener,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Julia 
Anderson  James,  brass   finisher  Hersey  &  Chloupek,  res  829  East 

Sixteenth 
Anderson  James  A,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1768  Seventh,  res  948  Pine 
Anderson  James  S,  miner,  res  775  Fourteenth 
Anderson  Jens,  gardener  Mrs  Donnelly,  res  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit 

Vale 
Anderson  John,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commer- 
cial Union  Hotel 
Anderson  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1726  Filbert 
Anderson  John,  carpenter,  res  320  Second 
Anderson  John,  buggy  washer  Thirteenth  Street  Stable,   res   411 

Thirteenth 
Anderson  John  F  Rev,  minister,  res  1262  Thirteenth  ave 
Anderson  John  F,  first  mate  steamer  Oakland,  res  1268  Kirkham 
Anderson  John  N,  carpenter,  res  1355  Thirteenth 
Anderson  John  P,  teamster,  S  F,  res  409  Fourth 
Anderson  Joseph,  expressman,  res  1674  Atlantic 
Anderson  Joseph,  longshoreman,  res  829  East  Sixteenth 
Anderson  Josephine  Miss,  res  1880  Seventh 
Anderson  Lars,  tailor,  res  1309  Jefferson 
Anderson  Lars,  tailor,  850  Franklin 
Anderson  Lena  Miss,  domestic,  res  1862  William 
Anderson  Levi  H,  machinist  Pacific  Nail  Works,  res  974  Thirty- 
sixth 
Anderson  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  829  Filbert 
Anderson  Louis  H,  law  student,  res  1016  Kirkham 


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Anderson  Mary,  domestic,  res  960  Oak 

Anderson  Mary  Miss,  res  1016  Kirkham 

Anderson  Mary  Mrs,  res  1880  Seventh 

Anderson  Mathias,  engineer,  res  1731  Wood 

Anderson  Neil,  coachman  C  S  Chamberlain,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr 
Forty-fifth 

Anderson  Neil,  coachman  J  M  Buffington,  res  963   Oak 

Anderson  O,  employe  steamer  Oakland,  res  1056  Third 

Anderson   Olaf,   propr   Railroad  Exchange   Hotel,  1880  Seventh, 

Anderson  Pauline  Mrs,  res  1862  William 

Anderson  P,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  584  Twenty-second 

Anderson  P  C,  milk  dairy,  res  SW  cor  Filth  and  Kirkham 

Anderson  Peter,  coachman  Mrs  P  Sather,  res  SE  cor  Grove  and 
Thirteenth 

Anderson  Peter  W,  letter  carrier,  res  52  East  Twelfth 

Anderson  Ritchie,  laborer,  cor  Thirty-sixth  and  San  Pablo  ave 

Anderson  Robert,  baker  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  N  W  cor  Eleventh 
and  Clay 

Anderson  Robert,  clerk,  1849  San  Pablo  ave 

Anderson  Robert  J,  clerk  II  Fletcher,  res  ]  807  Myrtle 

Anderson  Salome  Mrs,  res  572  Tenth 

Anderson  Samuel,  carpet  layer  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  119  Han- 
nah 

Anderson  Sevrin  A,  carpet  layer,  119  Hannah  • 

Anderson  Sophie,  res  1056  Third 

Anderson  Stena  Miss,  housekeeper,  res  1642  Myrtle 

Anderson  Thomas,  chief  engineer  steamer  Oakland,  res  1159 
Campbell 

Anderson  Walter,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  735  Mag- 
nolia 

Anderson  William,  res  Capitol  Hotel 

Anderson  William,  confectionery,  460  Seventh,  res  1302  San 
Pablo  ave 

Anderton  James  B,  poultry  yard,  res  1912  Broadway 

Anderton  John  B,  poultry  yard,  res  1912  Broadway 

Andrada  Mary  Mrs,  res  211  Haven 

Andrade  Joseph,  engineer  ferry  boat  Piedmont,  res  1708 
Thirteenth  ave 

Andre  A  A,  insurance  adjuster,  res  Fairmont  House 

Andre  M  Mrs,  res  211  Haven 

Andreas  John,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  370  A 

Anclreason    Julius,  laborer  Judson  Works,  res  222  Center  Beach 

Andren  Hermann,  teamster  M  Schnudenhaus,  res  227  Eighth 

Andres  James  A,  paper  hanger,  res  1066  Thirty-second 

Andres  Mary  Miss,  teacher,  res  261  Twelfth 

Andres  Samuel,  paper  hanger,  res  1066  Thirty-second 

Andrews  Alice,  domestic,  1307  Castro 

Andrews  B  Mrs,  weaver  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  1463  Seventh 


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Andrews  Charles,  steward,  467J  Twelfth 

ANDREWS  CHARLES  B>  piano  and  organ  tuner  and  pipe  organ 

manufacturer,  620  Sixteenth 
Andrews  Charles  W,  res  1264  Webster 

Andrews  Daniel,  helper  Pacific  Iron  Nail  Works,  res  1463  Seventh 
Andrews  E  B,  laborer  C  O  Child,  res  cor  Twenty-third,  ave  and 

East  Fourteenth 
Andrews  G  A,  longshoreman  Port  Costa,  res  Thirtieth  bet  West 

and  Grove 
ANDREWS  GEO  N>  pipe  wgan  manufacturer  and  tuner  and  re- 
pairer of  pianos  and  cabinet  organs,  620  Sixteenth 
Andrews  Georgia  Miss,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 
Andrews  Ida  Miss,  Pacific  Press  Book  Bindery,  res  820  Ninth 
Andrews  Jesse,  grainer,  res  514  Twenty-fourth 
Andrews  John  R,  house  painter,  res  514  Twenty-fourth 
Andrews  Luke,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  Atlantic 
Andrews  Luke  H,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Andrews  Mary  Miss,  waitsr  W  C  T  U   Coffee   Rooms,    res    1463 

Seventh 
Andrews  M  J  Mrs,  res  1264  Webster 
Andrews  Nicholas  G,  mining  supt,  res  698  Sycamore 
Andrews  Robert,  laborer,  res  1261  Eighteenth  ave 
Andrews  Rose  Mrs,  res  528  Twenty-second 
Andrews  Thomas,  employe  C  P  Co,  res  Pullman  House 
Andrews  Thomas  A,  res  514  Twenty-fourth 
ANDREWS  &  WHALLEY  (Geo  N  Andrews  and  Thos  W  Whal- 

ley)  tuners  and  repairers  of  pianos  and  cabinet  organs,  and 

pipe  organ  manufacturers,  620  Sixteenth 
Andrich  George,  house  and  sign  painter,  res  703  East  Twelfth 
Andus  William,  mgr  New  Home  sewing  machine,  1009  Broadway, 

res  763  Sixteenth 
ANGEL   S  &  CO  (Simon  Angel  and  Nicholas  Morry)  wholesale 

produce,  Foster's  wharf,  foot  of  Franklin 
ANGEL  S(M0N  (S  Angel  &  Co)  res  560  Franklin 
Angeli  Elsie  Mrs,  res  580  Jones 
Angeli  W  C,  physician,  S  F,  res  323  Eleventh 
Angeli    William    C    Jr,    employe  miners'    foundry,  S  F,  res  323 

Eleventh 

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cisco,  Jackson,  Vandercook  &  Melvin  agents,  458  Ninth 
Angus  William,  wheat  broker,  res  469  East  Eleventh 
Angwin  J  A,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1669  Taylor 
Anheuser  (The),  Herbert  &  Sonderleiter  proprs,  477  Ninth 
Annable  Sylvester  C,  asst  freight  claim  agt  U  P  R    R,    res    856 

Brush 
Annis  Alex  G,  plumber,  res  SVV  cor  Shattuck  and  Mariposa  aves 
Annis  Lizzie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1165  Seventh,  res  same 
Ansel  a  Maiy  Mrs,  general  housework,  res  524  Sixteenth 


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Anson  H  S,  agt  S  F  Call,  569  Eighth 

Anthony  Amelia  C  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  861  Chester 

ANTHONY    A   G<  physician  and  surgeon,  office  hours  1  to  3  P  M 

and  6:  30  to  7 :  30  P  M,  office  NE  cor  Willow  and  Seventh, 

res  same 
Anthony  Mark,  teamster,  res  664  East  Sixteenth 
ANTHONY   R   M,  real  estate  and  insurance,  480  Tenth,  res  964 

Eighteenth 
Anton  Anna  M  Miss,  clerk,  res  1170  Seventh 
Anton  August,  bootblack  stand,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Fourteenth, 

res  Tenth  bet  Broadwaj^  and  Franklin 
Anton  August,  cigar  maker,  res  608  Madison 
Anton  &  DeMars  (P  N  Anton  and  A  A  DeMars)  groceries  and  for- 
eign and  domestic  fruit,  1 170  Seventh 
Anton  Frank,  res  1015  Seventh 
Anton  Peter,  cigar  maker,  res  608  Madison 
Anton  Peter  N  (Anton  &  DeMars)  res  1170  Seventh 
Anton  Zisnik,  propr  Mason  Doree,  res  1261  Jefferson 
Antone  F,  shoemaker,  res  826  East  Twelfth 
Antone  Manuel,  fruit  stand,  875   Broadway,  res  cor   Tenth  and 

Broadway 
Antonelle  Joseph  S,  railroad  contractor,  res  1123  Myrtle 
Antonio  B,  quarryman  Alameda  McAdamizing  Co,  quarry  Lake 

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Antonucca  Joseph,  tinsmith,  res  722  Linden 
Anttonini  Vittoria,  peddler,  res  630  Filbert 
Antwiler  Charles,  cabinet  maker,  res  2047  Magnolia 
Antwiler  Charles  J,  cabinet  maker,  res  2047  Magnolia 
Apell  Alma,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  Alameda 
Apell  Severin,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  Alameda 
Apgar  Jacob  M,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Moss  ave  and  Ruby 
Apgar  Richard,  capitalist,  res  Wilson  House 
Aplin  Ruth  H  Miss,  res  1376  Ninth 
Appleby  Eliza  Mrs,  res  960  Castro 
Applegarth  Edw,  res  1322  Harrison 
Applegarth  John,  farmer,  res  528  East  Eleventh 
Applegarth  Sarah  Miss,  res  505  East  Eleventh 
Applegarth  Sarah  Mrs,  res  505  East  Eleventh 
Appleton  William,  laborer  Spring  Valley  Water  Works,  res  Dover 

bet  Mariposa  and  Benton,  North  Temescal 
Appley  J  Mrs,  res  819  Washington 
Appley  Levi,  collector,  res  819  Washington 
Appley  P  W,  miner,  res  819  Washington 
Appo  G  A  Mrs,  ladies'  hair  dresser,  res  813  Center 
Appo  Junius  B,  porter  steamer  Santa  Rosa,  res  813  Center 
Appomattox  Relief  Corps  W  R  C,  meets  every  Tuesday  at  G  A  R 

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Arbell  John,  tinner  O  C  Kirk,  res  760  Fourteenth 


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Arbullch  M  A,  cook  Thompson's  Bakery,  res  1261  San  Pablo  ave 
Arcade  Saloon,  Joseph  A  Flannery  propr,  879  Washington 
Areata  House,  Mrs  H  Hunt  propr,  1207  Broadway  and  1208  San 

Pablo  ave 
Archambault  Edwin  A,  horseshoer  Sohst  Bros,  res  910  Franklin 
Archbald  John,  capitalist,  res  1070  Sixteenth 
Archdale  Christina,  domestic,  res  1375  Franklin 
Archer  James,  machinist,  res  NW  cor  Emery  and  Forty -fifth 
Archibald  Samuel  C,  saddlery  and  harness,  1082  Fourteenth  ave, 

res  1308  Tenth  ave 
Arens  Annie  M  Mrs,  res  823  Filbert,  rear 
Arey  E  F  Mrs,  res  1170  Madison 
Arej^  James  A,  carpenter,  res  1908  San  Pablo  ave 
Arff  Hans,  carriage  maker  W  Morck,  res  nr  San  Pablo  Station 
Arfsten  K  E,  cabinet  maker,  res  1666  Twelfth 
Argon  Josef  a,  shoemaker,  res  1263  Cypress 
Ariamsen  Louise  Mis,  res  1406  Ninth 
Arkinson  James  D,  cutter,  S  F,  res  764  Madison 
Arkulin  George,  dishwasher  P  Kesovia,  res  1790  Seventh 
Arlett  Benj,  bricklayer,  res  615  Fifteenth 
Arlett  George,  with  Snyder  &  Gill  is,  res  615  Fifteenth 
Arlett  Harry  B,  with  P  Baker,  res  362  Fifth 
Arlett  James  C,  driver  Rouse  &  Co,  res  615  Fifteenth 
Arlett  William  T,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Fruit  and  Produce  Co,  res 

615  Filbert 
Arlington  House,  T  G  Kingsland  propr,  474  Ninth 
Armanin  L,  quarry  man,  res  Temescal 
Amies  Charles  W,  wood  and  willow  ware,  res  1201  West 
Armes  George  W,  wood  and  willow  ware,  res  1118  Brush 
Armes  William  D,  res  1118  Brush 
Armory  Hall,  1064  Washington 
Armstrong  A  A,  poultry  dealer,  res  1954  Grove 
Armstrong  Ambrose  H,  plaster,  res  1106  East  Eighteenth 
Armstrong  Bradley  A,  artist,  res  1527  Broadway 
Armstrong  B  F  (Armstrong  &  Merchant)  res  1520  Broadway 
Armstrong  Bezie,  domestic  A  E  Magill,  706  Thirteenth 
Armstrong  Carrie  Miss,  res  510  Ninth 
Armstrong  Charles,  framemaker,  res  1522  Broadway 
Armstrong  Edgar,  res  510  Ninth 
Armstrong  Edward  M,  carriage  painter  J  T  Gardiner,  res  1308 

Telegraph  ave 
Armstrong  Ella  Mrs,  res  1424  Chestnut 

Armstrong  F  A  Rev,  clergyman  (Congregational)  res  674  Thirty- 
fourth 
Armstrong  Francis,  extraman  Engine  Co  No  1,  Oakland  Fire  De- 
partment 
Armstrong  Frank,  paper  hanger,  res  1520  Broadway 
Armstrong  Frank  P  (Armstrong  &  Quellen)  res  1206  Clay 


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Armstrong  Hiram  T,  carpenter  Pacific  Coast   Planing  Mill,  res 

589  Sycamore 
Armstrong  James,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1816  William 
Armstrong  Jennie  L  Mrs,  res  727  Eighth 
Armstrong  John  W,  carpenter,  res  939  Union 
Armstrong  Joseph,  agt  marine  germicide  paint,  S  F,  res  1112 

Eighth 
Armstrong  L  P,  student,  res  674  Thirty-fourth 
Armstrong  Mark,  searcher  of  records,  res  727  Eighth 
Armstrong  Martin,  lumberman,  res  221  Hannah 
Armstrong  &  Merchant  (B  F  Armstrong  and  E  W  Merchant)  in- 
terior decorators  and  paper  hangers,  1070  Broadway 
Armstrong  Percy,  student,  res  1527  Broadway 
Armstrong  &  Quellen  (Frank  P  Armstrong  and   H    C   Quellen) 

undertakers,  successors  to  McKenzie,  866  Broadway 
Armstrong  Rebecca  Mrs,  res  41  East  Nineteenth 
Armstrong  Robert,  laborer,  res  915  Seventh 
Armstrong  Thos  L,  draughtsman,  res  933  Poplar 
Armstrong  William,  artist,  res  467  Twenty-first 
Armstrong  William  »S,  clerk  Pacific  Bank,  S  F,  res  939  Union 
Armstrong  W  W,  produce,  res  569  Tenth 
Arnold  A  Miss,  res  700  Franklin 
Arnold  Bertie,  physician,  res  615  Seventeenth 
Arnold  C  S,  student,  res  957  Castro 

Arnold  Ed,  salesman  H  Schellhaas,  res  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
Arnold  Gertie,  domestic,  NE  cor  McAdam  and  Broadway 
Arnold  May  Miss,  res  700  Franklin 
Arnold  Peter  Joseph,  tallyman  Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  res  1664 

Thirtetnth  ave 
Arnold  — ,  physician,  res  615  Seventeenth 
Arnold  Rawdon,  homeopathic  physician,  906  Broadway,  res  715 

Thirteenth 
Arnold  T  J  Mrs,  res  957  Castro 
Arnold  Wm  L,  res  957  Castro 
Aronson  Benj,  barber,  1774  Seventh,  res  366  Fifth 
Arper  Albert  D  (Arper  Bros)  res  561  East  Sixteenth 
Arper  Annie  Miss,  res  561  East  Sixteenth 
Arper  Bros  (Geo  W,  A  D  and  C  T)  illuminating  and  lubricating 

oils,  329  Ninth 
Arper  Clarence  T  (Arper  Bros)  res  561  East  Sixteenth 
Arper  George  W  (Arper  Bros)  res  561  East  Sixteenth 
Arper  Thomas,  engineer,  res  561  East  Sixteenth 
Arps  Bertha  Miss,  res  1577  Linden 
Arps  William,  dairyman,  res  1577  Linden 

Arrowsmith  A  T,  sec  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  res  456  Eighth 
Arth  George  V,  blacksmith,  res  816  Alice 
Arth  Isidore,  harness  maker,  res  816  Alice 
Arthur  John  D,  res  1307  Castro 


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Arthur  M  Mrs,  res  1420  Castro 

Arthur  Paul,  saddler,  res  1420  Castro 

Arthur  Ralph,  teacher  Boehm  flute,  res  1420  Castro 

Arthur  William  V,  inventor,  res  1420  Castro 

Arvidson  Nettie,  domestic,  res  1137  Linden 

Asbuiy  M  E  Church  South,  Rev  C  O  Steele  pastor,  NE  cor  Fif- 
teenth and  Clay 

Aschmann  William,  clerk  Martin's  Produce  Store,  res  1814  Goss 

Ash  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1858  Short 

Ashcroft  Alice  Miss,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont  ave 

Ashcroft  Nellie  Miss,  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont  ave 

Ashe  Mrs,  finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  756  Jefferson 

Ashe  Fred,  teamster  Selby  Smelting  Works,  res  756  Jefferson 

Asher  George,  with  Samuel  Asher,  res  715  Broadway 

Asher  Louis,  dealer  in  poultry  and  produce,  res  767  Webster 

Asher  Ralph,  fruit  peddler,  res  459  Fourth,  rear 

Asher  Samuel,  furniture,  715  Broadway,  res  same 

Asher  Samuel,  peddler,  res  459  Fourth,  rear 

Asher  Theresa  T  Miss,  res  459  Fourth,  rear 

Ashley  Maria  Mrs,  res  723  Myrtle 

Ashmore  Sophie  Mrs,  res  493  Twenty-thiid 

Ashton  George  H,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co 

Ashton  Narcissa  J  Mrs,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1683  Chase 

Aspern  Harry,  teamster,  res  601  East  Twelfth 

Assembly  Hall,  SW  cor  Goss  and  Wood 

Astor  Henry,  laborer,  res  1251  Fifteenth  ave 

Atchinson  C  M  Mrs,  res  603  East  Fourteenth 

Atchison  William,  carpenter,  res  857  Clay 

Athearn  Annie  T  Miss,  matron  Sheltering  Home,  res  1274  Frank- 
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Athearn  Frank  A,  office  boy,  res  1070  Center 

Athearn  Joseph  H  (Athearn  &  Co,  S  F)  grocers,  res  1070  Center 

Athenian  Club,  W  E  Hale  pres,  James  Vance  Steward  sec,  1055 
Broadway 

Athenian  Lodge,  No  128,  C  D  Underwood  pres  and  sec,  meets  first 
and  third  Tuesdays  at  Pythian  Hall,  1056  Broadway 

Athenium  Council,  Chosen  Friends,  meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506 
Seventh,  first  and  third  Monday  evenings  each  month 

Atherstone  H  M  Miss,  res  1365  Market 

Atherstone  Thomas  E  Jr,  clerk  insurance  office,  S  F,  res  1365 
Market 

Atherstone  Thomas  S,  mgr  Singer  Office,  S  F,  res  1365  Market 

Atherton  Frank,  employe  Lyon's  Furniture  Store,  res  1370  Eight- 
eenth 

Atherton  J  B  Mrs,  res  1227  Linden 

Atherton  J  C,  Leon's  Furniture  Store,  res  1370  Eighteenth 

Atherton  Joseph,  salesman,  912  and  914  Washington 

Atherton  William,  coachman,  res  955  Jackson 


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Atkins  George,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel,  res  1I1G  East  Fourteenth 

Atkinson  Arthur,  gilder,  res  306  Tenth 

Atkinson  Blanche,  res  1426  Tenth  ave 

Atkinson  E  W,  res  1425  San  Pablo  ave 

Atkinson  Frank,  business  mgr  Oakland  Sentinel,  res  1426  Tenth 
ave 

Atkinson  Frank  F,  real  estate  agent,  res  2303  Peralta 

Atkinson  George,  wheelwright,  res  854  Harrison 

Atkinson  George,  carriage  and  wagon  maker,  858  Webster,  res 
cor  Seventh  and  Harrison 

Atkinson  George,  agt  Stockton  and  San  Francisco  Packet  Co,  res 
1426  Tenth  ave 

Atkinson  George  W,  saw  filer,  res  854  Harrison 

Atkinson  George  W,  carpenter  M  S  Jordan,  res  Temescal 

Atkinson  Henry  T  (Ingler  &  Atkinson)  res  254  Fifth 

Atkinson  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  517  East  Fourteenth 

Atkinson  L  F  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  306  Tenth 

Atkinson  Nellie  Mi^s,  res  1426  Tenth  ave 

Atkinson  William  A,  real  estate,  res  167  East  Tenth 

Atlantic  &  Pacific  Railroad  Ticket  Office,  George  B  Seaman  aat 
1073  Broadway 

Atteberry  '■ — ,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Atterburry  Francis,  carriage  trimmer,  res  White  House 

Atwater  C  J  Mrs,  res  378  East  Eleventh 

Atwater  D wight  M,  supt  Main  &  Winchester,  S  F,  res  962  Camp- 
bell 

Atwater  Henry  C,  res  962  Campbell 

Atwater  Louis,  res  759  Castro 

Atwater  W  L,  carpenter,  res  378  East  Eleventh 

Atwill  E  D  Mrs,  res  907  Jackson 

At  will  J  F,  res  907  Jackson 

Atwood  Grace  E  Miss,  res  957  Grove 

Atwood  H  R,  marine  surveyor,  res  1031  Seventh  ave 

Atwood  William  W,  wood  engraver,  res  1031  Seventh  ave 

Audiffred  Bros  (Louis  and  Henry  Audifired),  wood,  coal,  hay  and 
grain,  565  Fourth,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Emily  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Eugenia  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Henry  (Audiffred  Bros)  res  1313  Bru<=h 

Audiffred  Hypolite,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Leon  tine  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Louis  (Audiffred  Bros)  res  1313  Brush 

Audifred  H,  wood  and  coal,  554  Third 

Auer  Arthur  (Westermann  &  Co)  res  Washington  Brewery 

Auerbach  L  Mrs,  res  586  Twenty-second 

Augenstein  Ernest,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  2120  Magnolia 

Auger  George  L,  physician,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

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Augusta  T  Miss,  shirtmaker  M  J  Keller,  res  East  Oakland 

Augustine  E  Miss,  domestic,  153  Nineteenth 

Augustine  Emanuel  D,  commercial  traveler,  res  Nineteenth  ave, 

Peralta  Heights 
Augustine  Manuel  B.  traveler  Folger  &  Co,  res  153   East  Nine- 
teenth 
Augustio  Antonio  J,  employe  Judson  Iron  Works,  res  224  Ettie 
Augustus  Caroline  Miss,  dressmaker,  917  East  Fifteenth 
Augustus  Domingo,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  917  East  Fifteenth 
Auld  Royal  I,  clerk  post-office,  res  Second  ave  nr  Clifton 
Aumanet  Charles,  with  Marcel  Longe,  res  6L7  Broadway 
AURORA  SALOON,  T  H  Scheiding  proprietor,  838  Broadway 
Auroux  Edward,  general  jobber,  res  361  First 
Austin  Alfred  F,  law  student  Davis  &  Hill,  res  1318  Seventh  ave 
Austin  Arthur  T  C,  second  cook  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  728 

Twelfth 
Austin  David  S  Capt,  mariner,  res  1067  Brush 
Austin  George  W,  iron  worker  Judson  Works,  res  129  Helen 
Austin  Mary  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  129  Helen 
Austin  Sarah  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Playter  Block 
Austin  William,  laborer,  res  129  Helen 
Avan  Charles,  ship  carpenter,  res  828  Alice 
A  velar  Annie  Mrs,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
A  velar  Carrie  Miss,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
Avelar  Joseph,  employe  Jute  Mill,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
A  velar  Mary  Miss,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
Avelar  Minnie  Miss,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
Avenue  House,  Mrs  M  Denison  propr,  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Averell  H  S,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  821  Market 
Averell  William  M  Mrs,  res  960  Brush 
Avery  A  E  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 
Avery  A  M  Mrs,  physician,  res  320  Fourteenth 
Avery  Grant  E,  bootmaker  C  W  Cornors,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 
Avery  S  J  Mrs,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 
Avery  Walton  F,  pattern  maker,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 
Avila  Antone,  potter  Oakland  Art  and  Pottery  Works,  res  921 

East  Fourteenth 
Avon  John,  police  officer,  res  College  ave  nr  Hudson 
Axford  Sarah  Miss,  traveler,  res  1112  Second  ave 
Axtell  Henry,  engineer  Cal  Hosiery  Co,  res  1318  Eleventh  ave 
Axtell  John  C,  painter,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Liese  ave 
Axtell  Walter  M,  artist,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Liese  ave 
Ayala  Mamie  M,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  beyond  Fifty-first 
Aydelatt  J  H,  teacher  Depue's  Commercial  College,  res  S  F 
Ayer  Hattie  G  Mrs,  teacher  Franklin  School,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Ayers  Alonzo  T,  special  officer,  res  756  Seventh 
Ayers  Charles  H,  searcher  of  records  G  L  Mix,  Union  Savings 
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Ayers  Edward  J,  with  Burtchaell  &  Crowlev,  res  606  Eighteenth 
Ayers  J  C,  with  P  H  McGrew,  res  261  Eighth 
Ayers  John  E,  plumber  Bnrtchael  &  Crowley,  res  606  Eighteenth 
Ayers  Martha  E  Mrs,  psycho-magnetic  physician,  res  581  Seven- 
teenth 
Ayers  Mary  Miss,  student,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Ayers  Ransom  G,  architect  and  builder,  res  581  Seventeenth 
Ayers  William  H,  watchman  Court  House,  res  741  Myrtle 
Aylwin  Gad,  res  358  East  Sixteenth 
Ayres  Irvin  D  (D  L  Beck  &  Sons,  S  F)  res  1205  Oak 
Ayres  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1351  Peralta 
Ayres  Minnie,  res  913  Chester 
Ayres  M  J  Mrs,  teacher  Clawson  School,  res  1758  Taylor 

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BAAB  CHARLES  merchant  tailor,  972  Broadway,  res  Tenth  bet 
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Babb  Charles,  journalist,  res  2049  Market 

Babb  Lyman  D,  policeman,  res  1211  Seventh 

Babbitt  Daniel  H,  railroad  employe,  res  1465  Ninth 

Babbitt  Hattie  A  Miss,  res  1954  Webster 

Babbitt  Lucius,  clerk  Brown  &  Mckinnon,  res  1465  Ninth 

Babbitt  Salmon  M  (Barstow  &  Babbitt)  res  1954  Webster 

Babcock  Mrs,  domestic,  SE  -cor  Tenth  and  Adeline 

Babcock  Amanda  Mrs,  res  827  Market 

Babcock  C  E,  res  508J  Fifteenth 

Babcock  Frankie  Miss,  copyist,  bds  1012  Jefferson 

Babcock  George,  capitalist,  res  1218  Filbert 

Babcock  George  R,  res  1216  Webster 

Babcock  Henry  C,  constable,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Telegraph 
ave 

Babcock  Jessie  Miss,  milliner,  res  570  Thirteenth 

Babcock  John  H,  carpenter,  res  714  Eleventh 

Babcock  Lafayette  M,  supt  G  H  Tay  &  Co,  S  F,  res  2003  Thir- 
tieth 

Babcock  Olive  Mrs,  res  570  Thirteenth 

Babcock  Sanford  P,  civil  engineer  and  deputy  supt  streets,  res 
959  Fourth  ave 

Babcock  Viola,  stenographer,  res  1012  Jefferson 

Babson  M  R  Miss,  res  971  West 

Babue  David,  iron  moulder,  res  Folsom  nr  Twelfth 

Babue  John,  fireman  steamer  Oakland,  res  Folsom  nr  Twelfth 

Baca  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1363  Telegraph  ave 

Bachelder  Alvah  H,  with  Holt  Bros,  S  F,  res  545  Twenty-first 

Bachelder  P  J,  carpenter  Independent  Planing  Mills,  res  812  Brush 

Bachrach  Simon,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  776  Harrison 

Backer  Anthon  Mrs,  res  1614  Myrtle 

Backstrom  Otto  G,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  352  East  Fifteenth 


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Backus  Birdie  Miss,  res  1727  Goss 

Backus  Oscar  J,  stoves  and  tinware,  S  F,  res  1424  Adeline 

Bacon  Alice  M  Miss,  teacher  piano,  Field  Seminary 

Bacon  David  M  (Johnson  &  Bacon)  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 

Bacon  David  M,  propr  East  Oakland  Hotel,   579  and  581   East 

Twelfth 
Bacon  F  F,  insurance  agt,  854 J  Broadway,  res  1156  Broadway 
Bacon  Frank  P,  iron  foundry,  S  F,  res  923  Linden 
Bacon  G  W,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  1420  J  San  Pablo  ave 
Bacon  H  D,  capitalist,  S  F,  res  960  Oak 

Bacon  Helen  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Twenty-seventh 
Bacon  James  H,  confectioner,  965  Broadway,  res  222  Ninth 
Bacon  T  F,  physician,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Twenty-seventh 
Bacon  Wesley,  farmer,  Evoy  Ranch 

Bacon  William  F,  collector  The  J  Dewing  Co,  res  834  Franklin 
Bade  Joseph,  res  e  s  Telegraph  ave  bet    Forty-sixth    and  Forty- 
seventh 
BADESCU  JOSEF,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 
Badger  Charles  W',  broker,  S  F,  res  1367  Castro 
Badger  Mildred  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynue 
Badger's   Park,   Anders   Vekander   propr,  c.r    Seventh    ave  bet 

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Badger  Thomas  W,  capitalist,  res  412  East  Tenth 
Badger  Wui  G,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr 

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Baeta  John  P,  laborer,  res  cor  Pacific  aud  Campbell 
Bagge  Chr,  farmer,  res  1660  Fourteenth 
Baglin  Mrs,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Baglin  Gertrude,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Baglin  Harriet  Mrs,  res  1715  Market 
Baglin  James,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Bagnall  Benjamin  H,  accountant  S  P  Co,  res  1128  Myrtle 
Bahler  J  F,  solicitor,  res  1416^  San  Pablo  ave 
Bahler  M  J  Mrs,  book  agent,  res  1416^  San  Pablo  ave 
Bahls  J  W  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S  F)  res  942  Linden 
Bahls  Liset'e  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  817  Myrtle 
Bahr  Gottlieb  Rev,  clergyman  and  teacher,  res  2034  Union 
Bailey  — ,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1723  Seventh 
Bailey  A,  foreman  engine  No  2,  Oakland  Fire  Department 
Bailey  A  H,  real  estate  and  sugar  planter,  res  1391  Harrison 
Bailey  Alice  C  Mrs,  res  1387  Harrison 
Bailey  Ann  Mrs,  res  567  East  Twenty-third 
Bailey  Austin,  painter,  res  White  House 
Bailey  Chas  A,  with  Huntington,  Hopkins  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1387 

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Bailey  H  C  Mrs,  res  757  Brush 
Bailey  Irene  Mrs,  res  1713  Mnrket 
Bailey  James,  gardener,  res  464  Third 


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Bailey  James  D5  news  dealer,  232  Twelfth 

Bailey  J  D,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  956  Kirkham 

Bailey  J  M,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Union  Hotel 

Bailey  John  N,  street  contractor,  res  402  East  Twentieth 

Bailey  Lillie,  dressmaker,  res  464  Third 

Bailey  Lizzie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  927  Pine 

Bailey  M.  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  419  East 
Twelfth 

Bailey  Mary  Miss,  artist,  res  567  East  Twenty-third 

Bailey  Raymond,  res  1387  Harrison 

Bailey  R  O,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 

Bailey  S,  fish  monger,  res  Oakland  House 

Bailey  Samuel,  sawyer,  res  1401  Franklin 

Bailey  Thomas  W,  bookkeeper,  res  927  Pine 

Bailey  T  W,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 

Bailey  William  H,  res  1379  Harrison 

Bailey  W  H,  carpenter  Knowles  &  Wetmore,  res  362  Tenth 

BAILEY  WILLIAM  IRELAND,  proprietor  Empire  Coal  Yard, 
coal,  wood,  charcoal  and  coke,  710  Fifth,  res  675  Fifth 

Bailey  W  T,  printer  Evening  Tribune,  res  419  East  Twelfth 

Bailey  Vibber  Mrs,  dressmaker,  476  Thirteenth,  res  same 

Baillie  Annie  M  Mis,  dressmaker,  res  1367  Twelfth 

Baillie  William,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Broad- 
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Baillie  William  M,  tailor,  res  1367  Twelfth 

Baily  John,  with  Culver  &  McGilvray,  res  1772  Seventh 

Bain  Margaret  Mrs,  midwife,  res  556  Sixteenth 

Baird  Isabella  Mrs,  res  820  Thirty-fourth 

Baker  A  B  Miss,  res  820  Thirteenth 

Baker  A  F,  carpenter,  res  1303  Clay 

Baker  Alfred,  employe  C  A  King 

Baker  Alfred  J,  grainer,  res  562  Fifteenth 

Baker  Alfred  S,  grainer,  res  562  Fifteenth 

Baker  Alvin  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res^L104  Peralta 

Baker  Angelina  Mrs,  res  825  Market 

Baker  Annie  M  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  482  Twenty-fifth 

Baker  B  F,  capitalist,  res  640  Twelfth 

Baker  Blanche  Miss,  res  820  Thirteenth 

Baker  Cary  H,  student,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 

Baker  Charles,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1215  Chestnut 

Baker  Charles  A.  real  estate,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Baker  Charles  F,  kalsominer  and  decorator,  res  1068  Broadway, 
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Baker  Charles  W,  decorator,  res  1068  Broad wa}r 

Baker  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  1303  Clay 

Baker  Clarence  E,  news  agt,  res  891  Pine 

Baker  C  M  Mrs,  bakery,  376  Twelfth,  res  955  Washington 

Baker  David,  clerk  Peter  Baker,  res  362  Fifth 

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Baker  E,  waiter,  res  1111  Twenty -second 

Baker  E  Mrs,  res  1802  Market 

Baker  Edmund  G,  farmer,  res  2129  Elm 

Baker  Edward,  student,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 

Baker  Ellen  Mrs,  res  484  Plymouth  ave 

Baker  Emily  N,  res  854  Brush 

Baker  Emma  Miss,  res  1169  Tenth  ave 

Baker  Eugene  A,  clerk,  res  891  Pine 

Baker  Frank,  clerk  P  Baker,  res  362  Fifth 

Baker  Fred,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  1957  Myrtle 

Baker  G  A,  foreman  press  room  Pacific  Press,  res  1957  Myrtle 

Baker  George  O,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  452  East  Twelfth 

Baker  Henry  M,  carpenter,  res  1018  Pine 

Baker  H  R,  res  537  Twenty-fifth 

Baker  Ida  M  Miss,  student,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 

Baiver  James,  engineer,  S  F,  res  1018  Pine 

Baker  James  H,  photographer  F  M  Harkness,  res  556  East 
Twelfth 

Baker  J  B,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  708  Twenty- 
ninth 

Baker  J  B  Jr,  carpenter,  res  708  Twenty-ninth 

Baker  Jehiel  H,  miner,  res  1213  Chestnut 

Baker  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association 

Baker  John,  upholsterer,  1716  Eighth,  res  same 

Baker  John  H,  special  officer,  res  1802  Myrtle 

Baker  J  R,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1959  Myrtle 

Baker  J  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1119  Eleventh  ave 

Baker  Kate  E  Miss,  saleslady  Bernstein  &  Yon  Adelung,  res  565 
Eleventh 

Baker  L  A  Mrs,  res  1213  Chestnut 

Baker  L  P,  horse  raiser,  res  1118  Kirkham 

Baker  L  R  Mrs,  res  1375  Franklin 

Baker  M  Miss,  clerk  Union  Bank,  res  482  Twenty-fifth 

Baker  Margaret  Mrs,  res  482  Twenty-fifth 

Baker  Martha  D  Miss,  res  562  Fifteenth 

Baker  Mattie  B  Miss,  res  640  Twelfth 

Baker  M  H  Miss,  corresponding  clerk  Union  Savings  Bank,  res 
482  Twenty-fifth 

Baker  Orrin  V,  blacksmith,  res  891  Pine 

Baker  Orrin  V  Jr,  butcher,  res  891  Pine 

Baker  Patrick,  driver  S  P  Co,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-eighth 

Baker  Peter,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co 

Baker  Peter,  bartender  Schmidt  &  Fuberling,  res  512  Fifth 

BAKER   PETER,  grocer,  823  Broadway,  res  362  Fifth 

Baker  R,  restaurant,  555  Broadway,  res  Alameda 

Baker  R  N,  with  A  Grabs,  res Eighth 

Baker  Robert,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  1957  Mvrtle 

Baker  Rush  D,  asst  freight  agt  S  P  Co,  res  358  East  Seventeenth 


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Baker  Sarah  Mrs,  res  565  Eleventh 

Baker  Salvia  Mrs,  foreman  folding  department  Pacific  Press, 
res  1959  Myrtle 

Baker  T  A  (Harris  &  Baker)  res  413  Twelfth 

Baker  Thomas,  laborer,  res  883  Division 

Baker  William,  res  1111  Eleventh  ave 

Baker  William,  miner,  res  1119  Eleventh  ave 

Baker  William  J,  clerk,  1119  Eleventh  ave 

Baker  William  S,  farmer,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 

Baker  William  S  Jr,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 

Baker  Willie  H,  corresponding  clerk  Union  National  Bank,  res 
482  Twenty-fifth 

Balch  Eustis,  carpenter,  res  502  East  Fifteenth 

Balch  L  A  Mrs,  principal  Froebel  Kindergarten,  res  1316  Adeline 

Baldrig  Sarah  Miss  (Hanavan  &  Baldrig)  res  1566  Broadway 

Baldwin  Mrs,  furnished  rooms,  973  Washington 

Baldwin  Barry,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  318  East  Seven- 
teenth 

Baldwin  Calvin  P,  dime  parcel  delivery,  465  Tenth,  res  492  Ed- 
wards 

Baldwin  E  Mrs,  M  D,  lodging  house,  527  Seventh 

Baldwin  Edward  D,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  973  Washington 

Baldwin  Edward  L,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  852  Alice 

Baldwin  Elvira  Mrs,  physician  and  private  lodgings,  527  Seventh, 
res  same 

Baldwin  Fannie  S,  res  933  Adeline 

Baldwin  George  P,  employe  Thompson's  Bakery,  res  1366  West 

Baldwin  George  W,  miner,  res  1620  Eighth 

Baldwin  H  B,  driver  Flint  &  Zimmerman,  res  1366  Fifteenth 

Baldwin  Harry  C,  student,  res  1410  Franklin 

Baldwin  Isabella  Mrs,  res  Vernon  Heights 

Baldwin  Jennie,  res  810  Fourteenth 

Baldwin  Joseph  G  Mrs,  res  930  Adeline 

Baldwin  M  Arthur,  res  1410  Franklin 

Baldwin  Mark,  res  406  East  Twelfth 

Baldwin  M  V  Mrs,  res  1410  Franklin 

Baldwin  Nellie  Mrs,  res  977  Center 

BALDWIN  R  0,  physician,  1209  Broadway,  res  Playter  Block 

Bales  David  W,  blacksmith,  res  cor  West  and  Twenty-seventh 

Balke  R.  L,  cabinet  maker,  S  F,  res  Capitol  Hotel 

Balkwill  May  Miss,  milliner  Jones'  Bazar,  res  Oriental  Block 

Ball  C  H,  engineer,  res  876  Wood 

Ball  Francis,  capitalist,  res  1261  Clay 

Ball  Frank  J,  coiner  United  States  Mint,  S  F,  res  535  Sixteenth 

Ball  H  W,  asst  auditor  M  P  and  M  department  S  P  Co,  bds  Cen- 
tennial House 

Ball  Nicholas  A,  bookkeeper  W  P  Wheeler,  res  467  Twenty -second 

Ball  Thomas  M,  printer,  S  F,  res  1261  Clay 


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Ballantyne  Charles  A,  employe  Thompson's  Bakery,  res  412  Fif- 
teenth 

Ballantyne  William,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  358  Twelfth,  res 
412  Fifteenth 

Ballantyne  William  H,  paper  hanger,  358  Twelfth,  res  412  Fif- 
teenth 

Ballard  Byron,  laborer  Pacific.  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  741    Myrtle 

Ballard  George  A,  machinist,  res  1718  Chase 

Ballard  J  W,  liquors,  912  Broadway,  res  942  Wood 

Ballentine  Letitia,  domestic,  Eighth  nr  Linden 

Ballou  George  D,  stereotype^  8  F,  res  1016  Brush 

Ballou  S  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1912  Myrtle 

Balmforth  Ralph,  gate  keeper  United  States  Mint,  S  F,  res  535  J 
Sixteenth 

BALMFORTH  R  MRS>  dressmaker,  535|  Sixteenth 

Balsen  John,  shoemaker,  res  416  Eighth 

Balvan  M,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 

Balvin  Anton,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 

Balvin  L,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 

Balzer  J,  shoemaker,  805  Broadway,  res  416  Eighth 

Bambauer  Frank,  wiper  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Bamford  Cornelia. E  Mrs,  res  621  East  Fifteenth 

Bamford  Mary  E,  journalist,  res  621  East  Fifteenth 

Banard  Samuel,  first  cook  A  Hallahan,  res  1013  Franklin 

Bancassa  G,  tinsmith,  res  709  Myrtle 

Bane  L  D  Mrs,  propr  Oriental  House,  864  Washington 

Banerle  John,  capitalist,  res  753  Grove 

Banerle  Otto,' machinist,  res  753  Grove 

Bangle  Branson,  painter,  res  1278  Tenth  ave 

Bangle  Edward  Jr,  clerk  J  Jacoby,  res  614  East  Twelfth 

Bangle  Edward,  carriage  painter  Northey  &  Wagar,  res  1352 
Sixth  ave 

Bangle  Edward,  grocer,  res  579  East  Twelfth 

Bangle  George,  jewelry,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Bangle  George  E  (Bangle  &  Rogers)  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Bangle  Martha  Mrs,  res  ]  278  Tenth  ave 

Bangle  Phoebe  Mrs,  res  1278  Tenth  ave 

Bangle  &  Bogers  (G  E  Bangle  and  T  J  Rogers)  jewelers  and 
watchmakers,  622  East  Twelfth 

Bangs  Franklin,  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  118 
Ninth 

Bangs  William,  pile  driving,  res  1670  Atlantic 

Banister  B,  employe  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res  S  F 

Bankhead  D  B,  clerk  with  H  Bankhead,  res  580  Third 

Bankhead  &  Eliot,  furniture,  res  911  Washington 

Bankhead  Hugh,  res  1358  Brush 

Bankhead  Jane  Mrs,  res  752  Castro 

Bankhead  John  W,  house  mover,  res  752  Castro 


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Bankhead  J  W,  foreman  Truck  Co  No  1,  Oakland  Fire  Depart- 
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Bankhead   Malcolm  R,  plumber  O   M  Sanford,  res  e  s  Lusk  nr 

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Bankhead  S  W,  letter  carrier,  res  752  Castro 
Bankhead  W  S,  laborer  J  Lusk  Canning  Factory,  res  752  Castro 
Banks  H  D,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1832  Seventh 
Banks  John  A,  messenger  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  res  1328  Eleventh 

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Banks  Nellie  Mrs,  res  1687  Seventh 
Banks  Sophie  Miss,  musician,  res  1112  Center 
Banks  Walter,  barber  Held  &  Mitchell,  res  1011   Franklin 
Banks  William,  pile  driving  and  dredging,  res  1670  Atlantic 
Banner  House,  524  Sixteenth 
Bannerman  John  T,  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  185  Encinal 

ave,  Alameda 
Bannister  Edwin,  foreman  box  factory,  res  1773  Goss 
Bannister  George  W,  sawyer  box  factory,  res  1773  Goss 
Bannister  Joseph,  upholsterer,  res  1773  Goss 
Bannister  May  Miss,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1773  Goss 
Bannister  W,  binder  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  1773  Goss 
Bannon  Mary  A,  seamstress,  res  1059  Market 
Bannon  Mary  Miss,  res  1776  Atlantic 
i'aptist  Church,  Rev  Herndon  Garnett  pastor,  cor  Tenth  ave  and 

East  Fourteenth 
Baptist  College,  S  B  Morse,  D  D,  pres,  Highland  Park 
Baptist  Mission  (colored),  1015  Clay 

Baptista  Manuel,  deckhand  steamer  Piedmont,  res  720  Chester 
Baptista  Mary  Miss,  res  720  Chester 
Baptiste  Frank,  laborer,  res  1537  West 
Baptiste  M  Mrs,  shirtmaker  M  J  Keller,  res  1537  West 
Baramia  Joseph,  carpet  cleaner,  res  708  Fourth 
Barattini  Laurance,  liquor  dealer,  res  922  Third 
Barbagelata    Amelia    Miss,  cashier    Abrahamson    Bros,  res  606 

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Barbagelata  Elvira  M  Miss,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelata   Frank,   macaroni    factory,    Los   Angeles,    res    606 

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Barbagelata  Oscar,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  606  Third 
Barbara  Mary  Sister,  teacher  St  Lawrence  School 
Barber  A  F,  bookkeeper  Mitchell,  Fischer  &  Ketscher,  res  Alameda 
Barber  Joseph  E,  res  SE  cor  Second  ave  and  Clifton 
Barber  M  O,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Second  ave  and  Clifton 
BARBERI   FRANK*  caterer;  socials,  weddings,  dinner  parties  and 

balls  attended  to  on  shortest  notice,  818  Twelfth 
Barberis  Giacomo,  cook  L  Pagget  &  Co,  res  846  Broadway 
Barbieri  G  (Lazzarini  &  Barbieri)  res  1720  San  Pablo  ave 
Barclay  Kate  L  Mrs,  res  1716  Eighth 


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Barclay  Millard  F,  sticker  hand  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res  653  I 

Seventh 
Barge  E  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1764  Atlantic 
Bargion  Emma  Miss,  res  527  Thirty -sixth 
Bargion  Peter,  miner,  res  527  Thirty  -sixth 
Barham  A  J,  clerk,  res  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Market 
Barker  Birdie  Miss,  res  1950  Myrtle 
Barker  Chas  R,  engineer,  res  2217  Chestnut 
Barker  Chas  W,  res  2217  Chestnut 
Barker  Enoch  W,  teacher  penmanship  Hopkin's  Academy,  res  484 

Plymouth  ave 
Barker  Janet,  domestic,  534  Twenty-eighth 
Barker  J  H,  mining  engineer,  res  1212  Webster 
Barker  John  P,  bookkeeper  C  L  Taylor,  res  1104  Broadway 
Barker  Joshua,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  cor  Diamond  and  Beck  with, 

Temescal 
Barker  Mary  A  Mrs  (Mrs  H  Works  &  Co)  res  1169  Seventh 
Barker  Squire,  iron  moulder  Occidental  Mills,  S  F,  res  130  Hannah 
Barker  Timothy  L,  merchant,  res  1119  Castro 
Barkhouse  Fred  C,  carpenter  Win  H  Weilbye,  res  Girard  House 
Barlow  Albert,  propr  People's  Express  and  extraman  Truck  Co 

No  1,  Oakland  Fire  Department,  res  366  Third 
Barlow  Frank  T,  salesman,  res  214  B 
Barlow  Louise  Miss,  res  309  East  Twelfth 
Barlow  Mary  Mrs,  res  214  B 
Barlow  N  M,  res  520  Twenty -fifth 
Barmen  — ,  barber,  Chase  nr  Pine 

Barnard  A  D,  student  business  college,  S  F,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  C  V,  student  business  college,  S  F,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  Daniel  D,  student,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  Ezra,  cabinet  maker,  res  233  Helen 
Barnard  Grace  E  Miss,  principal  kindergarten,  cor  Market  and 

Twenty-second,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  Helen  D  Miss,  teacher,  res  677  Twenty -first 
Barnard  J  F,  fireman  box  factory,  S  F,  res  1772  Atlantic 
BARNARD  W  E>  real  estate  agent  and  auctioneer,  468  Ninth,  res 

677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  William  C,  cashier,  S  F,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barndt  Charles,  carpenter,  res  239  Harlan 
Barnell  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  Creek 
Barnes  Alice,  employe  flannel  department  California  Hosiery  Co, 

res  cor  Wood  and  Atlantic 
Barnes  Julia  A  Mrs,  res  662  Sycamore 

Barnes  M  W  Miss,  saleslady  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1265  Clay 
Barnes  Michael,  collector  Green  Street  Wharf,  S  F,  res  863  Chester 
Barnes  N  Mrs,  res  1228  Nineteenth  ave 
Barnes  Thomas,  dyer  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1124  Third 
BARNES  W  C  (Burnette  Dental  Co)  res  286  Peralta 


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Barnes  William,  painter,  res  605  Park  ave 

Barnes  William  W,  painter,  res  608  Valdez 

Barnett  Bros  (David  and  Isaac)  fruits  and  vegetables,  1062  Wash- 
ington 

Barnett  David  (Barnett  Bros)  412  Fifth 

Barnett  Edward,  clothing,  dry  goods,  boots  and  shoes,  835  and 
837  Broadway,  res  574  Ninth 

Barnett  Frank  T,  salesman  Chas  L  Taylor,  res  523  Eighth 

Barnett  Isaac  (Barnett  Bros)  410  Fifth 

Barnett  John,  police  officer,  res  523  Eighth 

Barnett  John  Z,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  523  Eighth 

Barnett  R  P,  foreman  dredger  S  P  Co,  res  924  East  Twenty-third 

Barney  John  N,  carpenter  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1723  Filbert 

Barnley  A  J,  res  765  Clay 

Barnhisei  Charles  F,  driver  T  J  Clooney.  cor  Seward  and  Willow 

Barnickle  Annie  Miss,  fruit  dealer,  Seventh. nr  Broadway,  res 
Webster  nr  Second 

Barnickle  Paul,  engineer  Hickok,  Schroeder  &  Co,  res  654  Webster 

Barnstead  A  D  Mrs,  res  1782  Goss 

Barnuch  Katie,  domestic,  1220  Grove 

Barnum  &  Co,  produce,  1233  Broadway 

Barnum  Restaurant,  L  Pagge  &  Co  proprs,  SE  cor  Seventh  and 
Broadway 

Barnum  Seth  L  (Barnum  &  Co)  res  Cottage  bet  Santa  Clara  and 
Central  aves,  Alameda 

Bartelli  Frank,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Bartelo  William,  bootblack,  S  F,  res  714  Fourth 

Bartels  Charles,  barber,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 

Bartels  C  W,  electric  works,  S  F,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 

Bartels  Henry,  laborer  Oakland  Brewery 

Bartels  W  G,  wood  turner,  S  F,  res  909  East  Fifteenth 

Bartels  William  G  Jr,  wood  turner,   S  F,  res  909  East  Fifteenth 

Bartels  William  M,  upholsterer  Christian  Schreiber,  res  2319 
Grove 

Baron  Philip,  music  teacher,  res  1352  Harrison 

Barr  Thomas,  res  Playter  Block 

Barracks  James,  sticker  hand  Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co,  res  660  East 
Eleventh 

Barrett  — ,  teamster,  res  1156  Broadway 

Barrett  Abraham,  boots  and  shoes,  1237  Telegraph,  res  570  Fif- 
teenth 

Barrett  Alexander  P,  butcher,  res  871  Lydia 

Barrett  Antoine  M,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  872  Campbell 

Barrett  Charles  R,  engineer,  res  1961  Grove 

Barrett  D  P,  windmill  maker,  res  773  Sixth 

Barrett  D  W,  clerk  Newland  House 

BARRETT  EZRA  real  estate  agent,  notary  public,  and  general 
broker,  457  Tenth,  res  1108  Market 


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Barrett  George,  14G1  Ninth 

Barrett    Henry  C,  clerk  California  Land  and  Improvement  Co, 

res  457  Tenth 
Barrett  Jennie,  saleslad}'  Bruning  Bros,  res  833  Myrtle 
Barrett  John,  gardener,  res  554  East  Eighteenth 
Barrett  John  S,  salesman  T  R  Burns,  res  833  Myrtle 
Barrett  Mary,  res  833  Myrtle 
Barrett  Patrick,  butcher-,  res  833  Myrtle 
Barrett  Susie  E,  seamstress,  res  872  Campbell 
Barrett  William,  seaman,  res  554  East  Eighteenth 
Barricks  Lewis,  engineer,  res  769  East  Twelfth 
Barrier  L,  res  452  Eighth 

Barringer  Peter  H,  carpenter,  foot  of  Jefferson,  water  front 
Barrington  George  F,   custom   house  bookkeeper,   S  F,  res   1212 

Adeline 
Barron  Laura  Miss,  res  1389  Alice 
Barron  Mollie  C  Miss,  domestic,  res  1389  Alice 
Barron  Thomas  I,  carpenter,  res  1052  East  Fifteenth 
Barrows  John,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  Fairmont  House 
Barry  Bridget  Miss,  domestic,  603  East  Fourteenth 
Barry  Bridget  Mrs,  res  1627  Eighth 

Barry  David,  carriage  painter,  res  cor  West  and  Twenty-sixth 
Barry  David,  gardener,  res  1022  West 
Barry  Edward,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1012  Adeline 
Barry  Horatio  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1707  Chase 
Barry  H  N,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1707  Chase 
Barry  Jacob,  carriage  painter  J  E  Johnston,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth 

and  West 
Barry  John,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  873  Peralta 
Barry  John,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  1022  West 
Barry  John  H,  carriage  painter  J  Galvin,  res  835 \  Market 
Barry  John  J,  retired,  res  873  Peralta 
Barry  Kate  Miss,  res  1022  West 
Barry  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  1023  West 
Barry  Patrick,    carriage  painter    Northey   &   Wager,  res    1009 

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Barry  William,  gardener,  1627  Eighth 
Barstow  Alfred,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1018  Eighteenth 
Barstow  Amanda  M  Miss,  res  1352  Harrison 
Barstow  Anson   (Barstow  &  Babbitt)  res  1104  Broadway,  rra  36 
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Barstow  E  A  Miss,  compositor,  res  936  Thirty-sixth,  Temescal 
Barstow  Frederick  O,  physician,  res  936  Thirty-sixth,  Temescal 
Barstow  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1064  Linden 
Barstow  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  1064  Linden 
Barstow  Lizzie  R  Mrs,  res  1064  Twenty-second 


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Barstow  Mary  Miss,  res  1352  Harrison 

Barstow  M  E  Mrs,  nurse,  res  930  Thirty-sixth,  Temescal 

Barstow  Wall,  sign  writer,  res  1064  Twenty-second 

:  Bartels  Henry,  teamster  Oakland  Brewery,  res  721  Third 

i  Bartholemew  C  A,  res  1164  Fifth,  upstairs 

i  Bartholomew  Clarence,   mate  schooner  jEtna,  res   cor    Thirtieth 

and  Myrtle 
Bartholomew  Clarence  A,  coal  dealer,  res  NW  cor  Thirtieth  and 
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|  Bartholomew  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1160  Union 
Bartholomew  E  M  Mrs,  teacher  Franklin  School,  res  cor  Thirtieth 

and  Chestnut 
Bartholomew  Emily  Mrs,  res  1416  Grove 
Bartholomew  G  Prof,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartholomew  George,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartholomew  Janet  Mrs,  res  122  Ninth 
Bartholomew  N  E,  res  Palmer  House 
Bartholomew  Nettie  Miss,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 

i  Bartholomew  Seth  S,  mariner,  res  N  W  cor  Thirtieth  and  Chestnut 
Bartholomew  William,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartleme  Lizzie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1053  Webster 
Bartles  W  G,  wood  turner,  res  909  East  Fifteenth 
Bartles  W  G  Jr,  wood  turner,  res  909  East  Fifteenth 
Bartlett  Alice  C  Miss,  stenographer  Pacific  Press,  res  752  Sixteenth 
Bartlett  Earl  Mrs,  res  Beulah  Park 
Bartlett  E  Mrs,  res  477  Prospect  ave 

Bartlett  E  C,  agt  iEtna  soda  w  ater,  476  Eighth,  res  Blake  House 
Bartlett  E  E  Mrs,  res  524  Sixteenth 

Bartlett  George  C,  bookkeeper  S  F  Savings  Union,  res  1261  Brush 
Bartlett  George  E,  cigar  maker  Dennis  &  Taylor,  res  728  Linden 
Bartlett  George  H,  business  manager   Evening   Post,    S  F,    res 

1225  Chestnut 
Bartlett  H  S,  salesman  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1261  Brush 
Bartlett  H,  machinist,  res  864  Clay 
Bartlett  Henry,  carpenter,  res  615  Franklin 
Bartlett  J  A,  foreman  Studebaker,  S  F,  res  Centennial  House 
Bartlett  James,  res  864  Clay 
Bartlett  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  752  Sixteenth 

Bartlett  Pliny  (Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton)  res  1311  Franklin 
Bartlett  Pliny  V  S,  asstU  S  Geological  Survey,  res  1311  Franklin 
Bartlett  S  A,  clerk,  res  1261  Brush 
Bartlett  Samuel,  propr  White  House,  473  Seventh 
Bartlett  Smith,  Pacific  Paper  Co,  S  F,  res  1225  Chestnut 
Bartlett  Wm  C,  journalist  Bulletin,  S  F,  res  477  Prospect  ave 
Bartlety  S  P,  bookkeeper  Torrey,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  res  1254 

San  Pablo  ave 
Bartlin^  Bertha  F  Miss,  res  719  Fourteenth 
Bartling  Grace  J.  student,  res  719  Fourteenth 


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Bartling  Wm  (Bartling,Phillips  &  Stilwell,  S  F)  res 719  Fourteenth 
Bartman  John  A,  painter  Frederick  &  Arth,  res  Thirtieth  nr  San 

Pablo  ave 
Bartmann  John  A,  painter,  res  1670  Sixteenth 
Barton  Mrs,  artist,  res  306  Tenth 

Barton  Thomas  C,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  624  Second 
Barton  Willard,  atty-at-law,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Bartwell  W  N,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Basch  Morris  Mrs,  res  323  Eleventh 
Basendorf  Michael,  bartender  Rosso's  Cottage 
Bashford  Edward  L,  student,  res  1012  Fourteenth 
Bashford  F  A  Mrs,  res  1012  Fourteenth 
Basilio  Harry,  fruit  stand,  cor  Twelfth  and   Broadway,  res  462 

Twelfth 
Basnett  J  D,  salesman,  res  216  Eleventh 
Bass  Albert,  employe    Pacific    Iron    and    Nail   Works,  res    821 

Twenty-seventh 
Bass  John  T,  compositor  Enquirer,  res  cor  Eighth  and   Clay 
Bass  Joseph,  baker,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Bassett  Miss,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Bassett  Alonzo,  stone  cutter,  res  809  Thirteenth 
Bassett  Augustus  A,  painter  S  P  C<>,  res  835  Willow 
Bassett  Carrie  H  Mrs,  res  728  Eighth 
Bassett  Clara  Miss,  dressmaker,  862  Milton 
Bassett  E   Mrs,  hosiery  department    California    Hosiery   Co,    res 

862  Milton 
Bassett  George  H,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Bassett  J  C,  carpenter,  res  766  Twentieth 
Bassett  J  F,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Bassett  J  M,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  728  Eighth 
Bassett  J  P,  baggage  master  S  P  Co,  res  1076  Thirty-second 
Bassi  Joseph,  laborer,  res  First  ave  nr  Sumner,  Temescal 
Bassock  G,  tinsmith,  res  709  Myrtle 

Bastian  Charles  E,  salesman  Tat't  &  Pennoyer,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Bastian  Frederick,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1716  Eighth 
Bastiani  Z,  cook  Tubbs  Hotel,  res  165  Seventh 
Bastin  Fannie  Miss,  res  1363  Harrison 
Bastini  Lefries,  chief  cook  Tubbs  Hotel 
Batchelder  D  F,  special  officer,  res  462  Ninth 
Batchelder  E  E,  clerk  William  F  Batchelder,  res  565  Fifteenth 
Batchelder  Eliza  K  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  539  Seventeenth 
BATCHELDER  WILLIAM  F,  grocer,  1287  San  Pablo  ave,  res  1417 

Grove 
Batchelder  William  K,  upholsterer,  res  539  Seventeenth 
Bateman  Henry,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  1420  Tenth 
Bates  E  J,  grader,  res  451  B 

Bates  George,  gripman  cable  cars,  res  1625  Grove 
Batteri  May  Miss,  saleslady  Jones'   Bazar,  res  Berkeley 


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Batter  man  Lucy  A  S  Mrs,  res  SE  cor  West  and  Seventh 

Battles  Frank,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co 

Baudin  John  P,  contractor  and  builder,  res  560  Sixteenth 

Baudrey  Louis,  watchman  Oakland  Cable  Co 

Bauer  J,  res  14  Valley 

Bauerle  A  H,  wiper  S  P  Co,  res  753  Grove 

Bauerle  John,  capitalist,  res  753  Grove 

Bauerle  Otto,  machinist,  res  753  Grove 

Baum  Alouies,  salesman  Sol  Greenhood,  res  633  Fourteenth 

Baum  Hyman  A,  tailor,  868  Washington,  res  617  Sixth 

Bauman  John,  carpenter,  res  1073  Fourteenth  ave 

Baum  garden  S,  junk  dealer,  res  407  Sixth  and  416  Third 

BAUSKE  REINHOLD,  dentist  Cole,  Merriman  &  Son,  res  1003J 

Broadway 
Baxley  George  W,  dork  J  T  Hall,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  John  W,  mill  hand  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  John  W  Jr,  apprentice,  res  1955  Union 
Baxter  Ellery  E,  blacksmith,  res  25  Watts 
Baxter  Hawley  W    (Baxter  &  Palmer)   and  clerk  Spring  Valley 

Water  Works,  S  F,  res  1236  Adeline 
Baxter  James,  driver  Snowflake  Bakery,  810  Isabella 
Baxter  James,  laborer,  res  1916  Linden 
Baxter  John  B,  butcher,  res  25  Watts 
BAXTER    &    PALMER   (Hawley   W    Baxter  &    S  A   Palmer) 

druggists,  1202  San  Pablo  ave 
Baxter  Thos  W,  compiler  McKenney  Directory  Co,  res  720  Castro 
Baxter  William,  apprentice  Knowles  &  Wetmore,  res  1955  Union 
Baxter  William  S,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1419  Myrtle 
BAY  CITY   FLOUR   MILLS,  Samm  &   Co  proprietors,  NW  cor 

First  and  Clay 
Bay  District  Lodge,  No  226,  A  O  U  W,  meets  at  San  Pablo  Avenue 

Station  Tuesday  evening 
BAY  NURSERY,  James  Hutchinson  proprietor,  1814  Telegraph 

ave 
Bay  Public  School,  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and  Crawford 
BAY  STATE  BAKERY,  J  N  Davidson  proprietor,  520  Fourteenth 
Bay  View  Saloon,  John  Cassin  propr,  Telegraph  ave  cor  First  ave 
Bayard  F  Mrs,  res  360  Tenth 

Bayles  George  E  (Joseph  Bayles  &  Son)  res  873  Lydia 
Bayles  Joseph  (Joseph  Bayles  &  Son)  res  873  Lydia 
Bayles  Joseph  &  Son  (Joseph  and  George  E)  house  movers,  873 

Lydia 
Bayles  Wheeler,  house  mover,  res  873  Lydia 
Bayley  Arthur  N,  student,  res  1307  Castro 

Bay  ley  Chas  H,  photographic  gallery,  515  Seventh,  res  220  Center 
Bayley  Clara  Mrs,  res  372  Second 
Bayley  George  B,  mfr  Pacific   Incubator,  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Castro,  res  1307  Castro 


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147 


Bay  ley  George  H,  cattieman,  res  1258  Webster 

Bay  ley  J  H  Mrs,  res  1409  Castro 

Bayley  Robert,  paper  box  factory,  S  F,  res  1454  Castro 

Bayley  William,  furniture,  S  F,  res  San  Pablo  nr  Klinkner  ave 

Bayly  George  Capt,  captain  steamer  Alliance,  res  372  Second 

Bayly  H,  iron  moulder  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park  ave 

Baynard  Samuel,  cook  Palace  Restaurant,  res  1013  Franklin 

Baysen  Andres,  boarding  and  lodging,  416  Seventh 

Baysen  Inge  Miss,  res  416  Seventh 

Beach  Annie  Miss,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Beach  Charles  R,  printer,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Beach  G  P,  peddler,  res  Union  Hotel 

Beach  H  H,  res  906  Broadway 

Beach  Mary  Miss,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Beach  Robert  C,  atty-at-law,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 

Beach  Thomas,  capitalist,  res  1110  Alice 

Beadle  Charles  F,  salesman  Tat't  &  Pennoyer,  res  604  Seventeenth 

Beakleay  Henry,  hunter,  res  s  s  Forty -eighth  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Beal  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  11 58 J  Seventh,  res  653  Adeline 

Beal  Harriet,  res  576  East  Fourteenth 

Beal  John,  carpenter,  res  653  Adeline 

Beal  Kirk  S,  carpenter,  res  1773  San  Pablo  ave 

Beal  Martin  S,  liveryman,  res  560  Fourteenth 

Beal  Robert  W,  clerk  G  A  J  Davis  &  Son,  res  Ross  House 

Beal  William  B,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1066  Thirteenth  ave,  res 

576  Fourteenth 
Beale  E  Mrs,  res  659  Twentieth 
Beale  Jonathan,  carpenter,  res  653  Adeline 
Beals  Ezra,  Garland  Manufacturing  Co,  res  1901  Broadway 
Beam  Joel,  cook,  res  1631  Market 
Beam  Joseph,  laborer,  res  1631  Market 
Beam  Mary  G  Miss,  res  1352  Franklin 
Beam   R  W,  asst  mgr  California    Wire  Works,  S  F,  res  1458 

Castro 
Bean  Mrs,  res  Clayton  House 

Bean  A,  plasterer,  res  nr  SE  cor  Sutter  and  San  Pablo  ave 
Bean  George,  carder  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1731  Market 
Bean  Thomas,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Bear  Uriah  A,  yardmaster  S  P  Co,  res  314  Third 
Beard  Alfred,  printer,  res  826  Twenty-first 
Beard  Thomas,  ranch  Lake  Shore  ave 
Beardsley  A  M,  res  484  Edward 
Beardsley  &  Cram  (J  S  Beardsley  and  E  G  Cram)  real  estate 

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Beardsley  Effie  M  Miss,  music  teacher,  1262  Market 
Beardsley  James  S  (Beardsley  &  Cram)  res  1262  Market 
Beardsley  Melvin  W,  Paraffine  Paint  Co,  S  F,  res  1316  Grove 
Bearelogga  Mat,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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Bearse  Lillian  F  Miss,  res  1306  Twelfth  ave 

Beasly  William,  clerk,  res  1015  Linden 

Beattie  Josephine  Mrs,  res  528  Eighteenth 

Beatty  &  Hatfield   (Wm  Beatty  anclG   R  Hatfield)  grocers,   51 

Valley 
Beatty  William  (Beatty  &  Hatfield)  res  53  Valley 
Beauchamp  J  A  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  868  East  Twenty-first 
Beauchamp  Joseph,  teamster  V  L  Fortin,  res  NE  cor  Washington 

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Beauchamp  Robert  L,  miner,  res  868  East  Twenty-first 
Beaudry  House,  875  Washington 
Beaudry  Louis  M,  real   estate  and  farmer,  res  cor  Eighth  and 

Powell,  North  Oakland 
Beaugner  Annie  Mrs,  waitress  W   C  T  U  Coffee  Rooms,  res  803 

Isabella 
Beautau  Mrs,  artist,  res  955  Seventh 
Beauvais  Vinnie  Mrs,  res  951  Grove 
Beazley  Arlington  K,  fireman,  res  1270  Seventh  ave 
Bechdel    Nelson    A,    foreman    Round    House    S  P    Co,    res    876 

Wood 
Becht  Annie  Mrs,  seamstress,  res  821  Center,  rear 
Becht  Charles  F,  res  1168  Webster 
Becht  Dora  Miss,  res  1168  "Webster 
Bechtel  John,  capitalist,  res  East  Twenty-seventh  nr  Twenty-first 

ave 
Bechter  Frederick  K,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  and  Lynde 
Bechtnold  Anna  Miss,  res  1167  Center 
Beck  Dora  Miss,  milliner,  res  530  Thirty-fifth 
Beck  D  L  Mrs,  res  1339  Alice 
Beck  Elizabeth  A  Miss,  res  621  Thirteenth 
Beck  Eugene  B  (D  L  Beck  &  Sons,  S  F)  res  1339  Alice 
Beck  John  C  Capt,  master  schooner  Narpa  City,  res  252  Eighth 
Beck  Leonora  E  Miss,  teacher,  res  1917  Myrtle 
Beck  Lewis  I,  farmer,  res  1917  Myrtle 
Beck  Miles,  expressman,  res  621  Thirteenth 
Beck  Thomas,  gardener,  res  1137  Filbert 

Beck  Walter  F  (D  L   Beck  &  Sons,  S  F)  res  512  Twenty-second 
Beck  William  E,  student,  res  1917  Myrtle 
Becker  Charles  W,  piano  mover  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  1210  Twenty- 

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Becker  Chris,  baker  R  W  Merrick,  res  S  F 
Becker  Fred,  butcher,  829  and  831  Broadway,  res  667  Fifth 
Becker  Mary,  domestic,  516  East  Sixteenth 
Becker  Peter,  saloon  keeper,  res  842  Broadway 
Beckerly  W  H,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1621  Taylor 
Beckert  G  (Beckert  &  Hornish)  res  317  Seventh 
Beckert  &  Hornish  (G  Beckert  and  J   Hornish)   restaurant,  480 
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Beckett  F  Arthur,  chemist  Redington  .&  Co,  S  F,  res  54  East 
Twelfth 

Beckley  Henry,  traveling  agt  Northwestern  Manufacturing  and 
Car  Co,  res  Avenue  House 

Beckley  William  H,  traveling  agt,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 

Beckwith  George  C,  capitalist,  res  NE  cor  McAdam  and  Broad- 
way 

Beckwith  Hattie  Miss,  res  914  Wood 

Beckwith  Mary  E,  res  176  Lake 

Beckwith  L  F,  printer,  S  F,  res  914  WTood 

Bed  bury  Andrew,  clerk,  res  609  Fourth 

Bedbury  George  W,  inventor,  res  609  Fourth 

Bedbury  Gertrude  W  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  609  Fourth 

Bedell  Daniel,  res  Forty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Bedell  George  S,  helper  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res  709  Brush 

Beebe  Charles  W,  seecfsman,  S  F,  res  574  Sixteenth 

Beebe  Edwin  L,  musician,  res  s  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 

Beebe  William  S,  res  1709  Chase 

Beebee  G  L  Mrs,  res  1326  Tenth  ave 

Beeby  James,  farmer,  res  Telegraph  ave  bet  Forty-eighth  and 
Forty-ninth 

BEEBY  ROBERT  J,  harness  and  saddlery,  1058  Broadway,  res 
2424  Telegraph  ave 

Beecher  Charles,  student  California  College,  res  554  East  Six- 
teenth, East  Oakland 

Beekman  Charles  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1515  Third 

Beel  M  S  (Harris  &  Beel)  res  560  Fourteenth 

Beel  R  Mrs,  res  560  Fourteenth 

Beensy  J  H,  wharf  mgr  S  P  Co,  res  Centennial  Hotel 

Beer  John  M,  with  Hornberger  &  Co,  res  703  Twenty-eighth 

Beers  Evans  B,  iron  moulder,  res  1668  Chase 

Beggs  John,  laborer,  res  1811  Grove 

Behn  Amalia,  domestic,  1019  Filbert 

Behnke  M,  laborer,  res  701  East  Twelfth 

Behrman  C  Mrs,  nurse,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck 

Behrman  Henry,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck 

BEHRMANN  JOHN  C>  saloon,  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Sixteenth  ave 

Behrmann  J  W,  salesman  with  T  Poirer,  res  40  Sixth 

Beiscia  Charles,  baker  California  Bakery,  res  1557  Broadway 

Belcher  Frederick,  res  1143  Myrtle 

Belcher  Gilbert  L,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1133  Myrtle 

Belden  Edwin  S,  shorthand  reporter,  res  n  s  Telegraph  ave  bet 
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Belden  Ella  D  Mrs,  res  1326  Twelfth 

Belden  Frank,  letter  carrier,  res  831  Magnolia 

Belden  Harry  B,  bookkeeper  Hamilton  &  Brown,  res  1326  Twelfth 

Belden  Harry  R,  cigar  mfr,  1315  San  Pablo  ave,  res  S  F 

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Belden  Nancy  A  Mrs,  res  166  Fifth 

Belden  Theodore  W,  cigar  maker,  res  1315  San  Pablo  ave 
Belding  Frank  E,  carriage  maker,  res  1371  Tenth 
Beldon  Frank,  res  1371  Tenth 

Belfils  Peter,  laborer,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth  ave  and   East  Four- 
teenth 
Belfils  Victor,  hostler  Samm  &  Co,  res  662  Washington 
Belile  Hubert,  saloon  keeper,  1245  Telegraph  ave,  res  308  Second 
Bell  Abel  T,  foreman  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  818  Clay 
Bell  Alex  G,  sec  Los  Gatos  Ice  House,  S  F,  res  857  Mvrtle 
Bell  A  P  (Hierlihy,  Bell  &  Co)  res  818  Clay 
Bell  C  T  Mrs,  res  920  Sixth  ave 
Bell  E,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Bell  F  A  Mrs,  res  Centennial  House 
Bell  Grant,  employe  Pacific  Bridge  Co,  res  1231  Myrtle 
Bell  Henry,  res  n  s  Thirty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Bell  Hugh  J,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  1014  Twenty- 
fourth 
Bell  J,  clerk  J  A  Joyce,  res  Ross  House 
Bell  James  H,  barber,  res  716  Henry 

Bell  Joseph  H,  mechanic  school  department,  res  697  Twenty -fifth 
Bell  R,  res  Winters  Hotel 

BELL  R  E,  druggist,  1301  and  1313  Broadway,  res  same 
Bell  William,   compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  St  John 

House 
Bell  William  H,  caulker,  res  1863  Seventh 
Bell  William  S,  miner,  res  1713  Lincoln 
Bell  William  T,  resident  physician  City  and  County  Hospital,  S 

F,  res  1360  Webster 
BELLARS  WILLIAM  T,  house  upholstering,  carpet  laying,  etc, 
922  Center,  order  boxes  SW  cor  Ninth  and  Washington  and 
SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Bella  Vista  House,  William  A  Faylor  propr,  1235  Broadway 
Bellegarde  Marguerite,  chambermaid,  1034  Adeline 
Bellermann  Theodore,  gardener,  cor   Athol  and   Twentieth,  East 

Oakland 
Bellevue  Nursery,  O  Holm  propr,  NE  cor  Piedmont  and  Moss  ave 
Bellingall  Peter  W,  custom  house  broker,  S  F,  res  1415  Filbert 
Belloir  Peter,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1222  Chestnut 
Belmont  Stable,  George  W  Johnson  propr,  res  806  Broadway 
Belrose  Louis,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res   San   Pablo  ave 

bet  Thirty-sixth  and  Thirty-seventh 
Bemis  Frank  A,  machinist  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  1212 

Thirteenth  ave 
Bemis  O,  propr  Central  Market,  479  East  Twelfth,  res  East  Oak- 
land Hotel 
Bemiss  Mary  C  Mrs,  nurse  Foundlings'  Home  and  Hospital,  res 
973  Campbell 


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151 


Bemmerlv  Nettie  Miss,  res  489  Orchard  ave 

Bendel  Hermann  (Tillmann  &  Bendel)  res  cor  Third  and  Alice 

Bendenetti  Louis,  dump  cart,  res  657  Myrtle 

Bender  A  L  Mrs,  res  1506  Ninth 

Bendexen  G,  tailor,  S  F,  res  1020  Twenty-fourth 

Bendixen  Thomas,  propr  Overland  House,  NW  cor  Broadway  and 
First 

Benedetti  Gussie  Mis«*,  res  657  Myrtle 

Benedetti  John,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  657 
Myrtle 

BENEDICT,  CAPELL  &  CO  (Newton  Benedict,  J  R  Gapell  and 
W  F  Rudolph)  real  estate  agents,  notaries  public  and  con- 
veyancers, 457  Ninth  . 

Benedict  G  C  Miss,  res  1437  San  Pablo  ave 

Benedict  E  G  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  366  Fifth 

Benedict  Emanuel,  barber  W  H  Stewart,  res  807  Henry 

BENEDICT  NEWTON  (Benedict*  Gapell  &  Co)  res  456  East  Sev- 
enteenth 

Benetti  Rosie  Miss,  spinning  department  California  Cotton  Mills, 
res  657  Myrtle 

Benham  A  M,  pianos,  S  F,  res  524  Thirteenth 

Benham  C  M  Mrs,  res  520  Thirteenth 

Benham  Thomas  W,  lieutenant  U  S  Navy,  res  778  Ninth 

Beniarnino  Martonia,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Benjamin    Ambia  G  Mrs,  teacher  music,  res  1352  Market 

Benjamin  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  2223  Elm 

BENJAMIN  C  J, manager McGovern  &  Cahill,  401  and  403  Twelfth, 
res  1352  Market 

Benjamin  Ella,  hosiery  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res 
1177  Fourteenth 

Benjamin  James,  deputy  constable  of  Brooklyn  Township,  res 
'  866  East  Twelfth 

Benjamin  Lizzie  Miss,  student,  res  2223  Elm 

Benjamin  Minnie  Miss,  seamstress,  res  s  s  Fortieth  bet  Tele- 
graph ave  and  Grove 

Benjamin  Philip  L,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  2223  Elm 

Benjamin  P  S,  instrument  maker  Pacific  Coast  Electrical  Con- 
struction Co,  res  S  F 

Bennedetti  Johanna  Mrs,  res  657  Myrtle 

Benner  Edwin,  pattern  maker,  res  777  Sixteenth 

Benner  El  win  N,  millwright,  res  cor  Second  ave  and  Birch 

Benner  Fred  M,  melter  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  777  Sixteenth 

Benner  Harry,  clerk  New  Zealand  Insurance  Office,  res  777  Six- 
teenth 

Bennet  Joseph,  gardener,  res  2029  East  Fourteenth 

Bennet  Joseph  B,  carpenter,  res  1717  Chase 

Bennet  Thos,  insurance  mgr,  res  NE  cor  Myrtle  and  Tenth 

Bennett  A  A,  carpenter,  res  861  Twenty-seventh 


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Bennett  Alfred  E,  foreman  California  Planing  Mills,  S  F,  res  540 

Twenty -second 
Bennett  Bernard,  groceries,  653  Jackbon,  res  same 
Bennett  C  D,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynde 
Bennett  Charles,  variety  store.  960  Washington,  res  514  Sixth 
Bennett  Charles  R,  sec  Society  for  Prevention  of  Vice,  and  deputy 

sheriff,  res  1211  West 
Bennett  Delbert  F,  miner,  res  1771  Lincoln 
Bennett  E  A  Mrs,  embroiderer,  res  2225  Chestnut 
Bennett  Emma  J,  dressmaker,  res  225  Third 
Bennett  Eva  Mrs,  res  2225  Chestnut 
Bennett  F  H,  res  174  Sixth 
Bennett  Florence  Miss,  res  540  Twenty-second 
Bennett  Herbert  W,  professor  music,  res  1459  Telegraph  ave 
Bennett  J,  res  627  Fourteenth 
Bennett  Joseph,  cook,  res  269  Fifth 
Bennett  Joseph  B,  carpenter,  res  1717  Chase 
Bennrtt  Maggie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  225  Third 
Bennett  Orval  D,  machinist  Whitmore  &  Knowles,  res  225  Third 
Bennett  Robert  H,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  627  Fourteenth 
Bennett  Robert   H  Jr,  collector  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  627 

Fourteenth 
Bennett  Sadie  Miss,  res  1459  Telegraph  ave 
Bennett   Theodore,  poultry  raiser,  res  2225  Chestnut 
Bennett  William,  employe  Talcott's  Dairy,  res  High  nr  Prescott 
Bennett  William,  clerk  Fred  Klages,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Alice 
Bepnett  William  R,  clerk,  cor  First  and  Franklin,  res  225  Third 
Bennison  Eben  H,  salesman  L  Liebmann,  res  1232  Chestnut 
Bennison  Edw,  mining  sec,  res  1302  Tenth 
Bennison  George,  deputy  U  S  shipping  commissioner  Pacitic  Mail 

Dock,  S  F,  res  1302  Tenth 
Bennison  James  Jr,  res  1232  Chestnut 
Bennison  Marian  B  Miss,  res  1302  Tenth 
Bennison  W  E,  salesman,  res  1302  Tenth 
Benoit  Pierre,  capitalist,  res  567  Second 
Benson  A  A  Mrs,  res  1310  Market 

Benson  Alanson,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1116  Filbert 
Benson  George  A,  clerk  Travelers'  Insurance  Co,  res  956  Twelith 
Benson  Henry  A,  farmer,  res  956  Twelfth 

Benson  John,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  252  Louise 
Benson  Julia  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1007  Campbell 
Benson  P  F,  atty-at-law,  456  Eighth,  rms  2  and  3,  res  167  Third 
Benson  Sevin  Mrs,  res  619  Park  ave 
Benter    John    H,    fringe   weaver    B    Goldstein,    S    F,   res    229 

Hannah 
Benter  John  O,  fringe  weaver  Frohm  &  Shaeffer,  S  F,  res  229 

Hannah 
Benter  Mary  Mrs,  res  229  Hannah    . 


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153 


Bentley  Frank  S,  salesman  Cunningham,  Curtiss  &  Welch,  S  F, 

res  258  Eighth 
Bentley    Lettie    E    Miss,    teacher    Franklin    School,    res    1427 

Franklin 
Bentley  Mamie  Miss,  res  1162  Market 

Bentley  Margaret  A  Mrs,  colorist  Ormsby,  res  1162  Market 
Bentley  M  W  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  258  Eighth 
Bentley  W  H,  barber,  924  Broadway,  res  810  Jefferson 
Bentley  W  H,  porter  P  P  C  Co,  res  810  Jefferson 
BENTLEY  WILLIAM  R,  manager  and  editor  Morning  Times,  NE 

•cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  res  706  Tenth 
Bento  Anton,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Benton  Fidelia  Mrs,  res  906  East  Twenty-fifth 
Benton  Frances  Mrs,  res  437  Hawthorne 
Benton  George,  livery  and  boarding  stable,  res  913  Union 
Benton  John  E,  agent  Sun  Insurance  Co  and  white  bronze  monu- 
ments, res  533  Sixteenth 
Benton  Joseph  A,  student,  res  1760  San  Pablo  ave 
Benton    Joseph    A     Rev,    senior     professor    Pacific    Theological 

Seminary,  res  437  Hawthorne 
Benton  Mary  P  Mrs,  artist,  res  533  Sixteenth 
Benton  May  F  Miss,  artist,  res  533  Sixteenth 
Benton  Robert  C,  mail  messenger,  res  1760  San  Pablo  ave 
Benvenutti  Picho,  waiter,  res  910  Broadway 
Benzinger  Richard,  clerk  B  F  Schunhoff,  res  462  Seventh 
Benzon  August  Von  F,  grain  merchant,  S  F,  res  1358  Market 
Berard  Alfred,  bartender,  res  1514  Curtis 
Berard  Jennie  Miss,  res  1514;Curtis 
Berard  Maria  Mrs,  ironer  laundry,  S  F,  res  1514  Curtis 
Bercovich   Abraham  (Bercovich  Bros)  res    NE   cor  Fourth   and 

Webster 
Bercovich  Augusta,  res  320  Fourth 
Bercovich   Bros  (Abraham   and  Louis  Bercovich)  junk,  NE  cor 

Fourth  and  Webster 
Bercovich  Burke,  clerk  M  H  Coffee,  res  324  Fourth 
Bercovich  Henry  B,  cigar    maker    Robertson    Cigar  Factory,  res 

320  Fourth 
Bercovich  Louis  (Bercovich  Bros)  res  324  Fourth 
Bercovich  Minnie,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  320  Fourth 
Bercovich  Samuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Berdan  George  N,  stair  builder,  res  961  Chester 
Beretta  Italo  A,  watchmaker  A  Steffanoni,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
Beretta  William  G,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
BERG  AMALIA  MRS,  artist,  res  1625  Taylor 
Berg  Henry,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1764  Atlantic 
Berg  J  Mrs,  res  368  Seventh 

BERG  MAURICE  A,  artists'  material  and  framing,  1105  Washing- 
ton, res  1625  Taylor 


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Berge  F  J,  stock  broker,  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Washington 

Berge  J  A  Mrs,  teacher,  Alameda,  res  1120  Washington 

Bergen  Peter  Jr,  machinist,  660  Washington,  res  same 

Berger  Ella  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1454  Tenth  ave 

Berger  John  W,  bookkeeper,  res  1454  Tenth  ave 

Berger  Lillian  Miss,  teacher,  res  1454  Tenth  ave 

Berger  Nicholas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  822  Lewis 

Berghoft*  Peter,  coachman  A  W  Root,  1215  Oak,  res  same 

Bergin  E  M  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  S  F 

Bergmann  J,  res  204  Seventh 

Bergols  George  E,  second  cook  Alta  House 

Beringer  Minnie  Miss,  res  11 03 h  Broadway,  rm  19 

Berit  Julius,  fish  dealer,  416  Second,  res  same 

Be'rit  Pierre,  fish  and  poultry,  421  Second,  res  same 

Beritzhoff  John,  bookkeeper  A  L  Bancroft,  S  F,  res  860  Brush 

Berkeley  Club,  meets  every  alternate  Thursday  at  Hamilton  Hall, 

cor  Thirteenth  and  Jefferson 
Berkeley  Market,  Patrick  Swords  propr,  cor  Telegraph  ave  and 

Forty-ninth 

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L  M  McKenney  &  Co  publishers,  623  Commercial,  S  F,  and 
689  Twenty-fourth,  Oakland 

Berkemeyer  Anton,  sausage  maker,  res  967  East  Twelfth 

Berlin  C  H,  real  estate  agt,  956  Broadway,  res  Alta  House 

Berlin  Charles  C,  paper  carrier,  res  1266  Center 

Berlin  Max,  clerk  Gier  Bros,  res  1020  Third 

Berling  John  L,  engineer  Bay  City  Flouring  Mills,  res  1111  Six- 
teenth ave 

Berling  Richard,  baker,  res  720  East  Fourteenth 

Berlinger  Jacob,  cigar  maker,  res  1463  Grove 

Berlinger  Solomon,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1463  Grove 

Bermister  Ida  Mrs,  res  955  Fifth  ave 

Bernamayou  Josie  Miss,  fruits,  SWT  cor  Twenty-third  ave  and 
East  Fourteenth,  res  2037  East  Fourteenth 

Bernamayou  Madeline  Mrs,  res  2037  East  Fourteenth 

Bernard  J,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Seventeenth 
ave 

Bernard  John,  laborer,  res  222  Hollis 

Bernard  Joseph  (Garcia  &  Bernard)  res  1171  Eighteenth  ave 

Bernard  O  Albert,  expert  U  S  Bureau  of  Labor,  res  1410  Tenth 

Bernard  Ulric,  baker  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  421  Second 

Bernardo  G,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Bernhard  Robert,  shipping  and  frfight  broker,  S  F,  res  1555 
Eighth 

Bernhardt  Charles,  saloon,  S  F,  res  826  Franklin 

Bernheim  E  (E  Bernheim  &  Co)  res  114 -Eleventh 

Bernheim  E  &  Co  (E  Bernheim)  fine  shoes,  1111  Broadway 

Bernheim  M  H,  with  E  Bernheim  &  Co,  res  114  Eleventh 


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Bernheim  Maurice,  clerk  E  Bernheim  &  Co,  res  114  Eleventh 
Bernheirn  William,  clerk  E  Bernheim  &  Co,  res  114  Eleventh 
Bernheim  W  A,  with  E  Bernheim  &  Co,  res  114  Eleventh 
Bernick  Carl  E,  carpenter,  res  15  L7  Third 
Bernist  Pierce,  res  567  Second 

Bernstein  E,  notary  public,  950  Broadway,  res  1018  Jefferson 
Bernstein  Fred  E  (Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung)  res  1018  Jefferson 
Bernstein  Ida  E   Miss,  saleslady   Bernstein   &  Von  Adelung,  res 

1018  Jefferson 
Bernstein  Isaac,  salesman  J  L  Harris,  res  1461  Broadway 
Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung  (Fred   E  Bernstein   and  Alexis  Von 

Adelung)  staple  and  fancy  goods  and   agts  Centemeri  kid 

gloves,  1057  Broadway 
Bernurd  Edmund,  harness  maker,  res  839  Franklin 
Berretti  Botch ee,  scavenger,  res  626  Filbert 
Berretti  Paulo,  scavenger,  res  626  and  628  Filbert 
Berrey  David,  saloon,  s  s  Eighth  east  of  Broadway,  res  828  Webster 
Berrien  George,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  665 J  Twenty-sixth 
Berrien  R  C,  painter,  res  664  \  Twenty-sixth 
Berry  Anna  Miss,  milliner  L  H  Briggs,  res  995  Center 
Berry  Charles  O,  millwright  box  factory,  res  1727  William 
Berry  David,  liquors,  res  828  Webster 
Berry  Edward  W,  printer,  S  F,  res  2258  San  Pablo  ave 
Berrv  Edwin  W,  pressman,  S  F,  res  1110  Thirtv-fourth 
Berry  Fred  T,  ticket  agt  A  &  P  R  R,  S  F,  res  997  Center 
Berry  George,  res  1712  William 
Berry  John,  carpenter,  res  1608  William 
*Berry  John,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  873  Peralta 
Berry  Lucy,  dressmaker,  res  828  Webster 

Berry  May  Miss,  foreman  sunset  department  Contra  Costa  Laun- 
dry Association 
Berry  M  J  Mrs,  res  995  Center 
Berry  Nellie  Miss,  domestic,  1322  Fifth  ave 
Berry  R  F  Miss,  res  1219  Brush 
Berry  Susie  Miss,   laundress    Contra    Costa    Laundry,  res    1712 

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Berry  Thomas  F,  driver  Truck  No   i  Oakland   Fire  Department, 

res  825  Webster 
Berry  William,  miner,  res  1408  Sixth  ave 
\  Berry  William,  contractor  and  builder,  res  904  Pine 
Berry  William,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  1786  Division 
!  Berry  William  R,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  995  Center 
Berry  Winslow  N,  merchant,  res  916  Filbert 
Bersia  Charles,  baker  Clements  Martin,  res  1557  Broadway 
Bert  Charles,  mgr  Oakland  Theater,  res  La  Clede  House 
Bert  Charles  L  (Bert  &  Mothersole)  res  La  Clede  House 
1  Bert  &  Mothersole  (Charles  L  Bert  and   —  Mothersole)   proprs 

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Bertiker  Chris,  ice  works,  res  1229  Webster 

Besancon  Eugene,  shoemaker,  1244  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

Besse  George  O,  dry  goods,  S  F,  res  951  Willow 

Besse  Joseph  O,  salesman,  res  951  Willow 

Betancue  Alice  Miss,  res  487  Twenty-sixth 

Betancue  Joseph  F,  carpenter,  res  487  Twenty-sixth 

Betancue  J  P  (Betancue  &  Whitcher)  res  503  Eleventh 

Betancue  J  P,  photographer,  res  967  Washington 

Betancue  Lizzie  C  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  487  Twenty- 
sixth 

Bettencourt  Antone  de  S,  res  1462  Fifth 

Bettencourt  J  de  S,  physician,  res  1462  Fifth,  West  Oakland 

Bettman  Florence  Miss,  res  513  Tenth 

Bettman  J  J,  real  estate,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Betts  Elizabeth,  teacher  kindergarten,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betts  Joseph,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  967  Pine 

Betts  Joseph  M,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  967  Pine 

Betts  Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  kindergarten,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betts  Maria  Mrs,  res  694  Twenty-seventh 

Betts  P,  res  376  Seventh 

Betts  William  M,  carriage  spring  mfr,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betz  Al,  stenographer,  res  1060  Campbell 

Betz  George,  millman,  res  629  Brush 

Betz  Henry,  teamster  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  629  Brush 

Betz  Philip,  res  850  Franklin 

Betz  Thomas,  lumberman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  629  Brush 

Beuchanan  George,  gardener,  res  1829  Telegraph  ave 

Beusek  Emma  Mrs,  res  1512  Ninth 

Beveridge  Charles,  agt  S  J  Smith,  res  1153  Seventh 

Beveridge  Jennie  Miss,  res  1154|-  Seventh 

Beveridge  Leroy,  capitalist,  res  1154^  Seventh 

Beyer  William  E,  liquor  dealer,  S  F,  res  1218  Fourteenth 

Beynon  Berry  P,  engineer  rolling  mill,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 

Beynon  John,  employe  rolling  mill,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 

Beynon  M  J  Mrs,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 

Beynon  William,  boarding  house,  Park  ave  nr  Ettie 

Bialoglowski  Eisedel  J,  propr  Philadelphia  Bakery,  462  Sixth 

Bibbens  George  W,  propr  Hotel  Merritt,  408  Twelfth 

Bichner  Ernst,  bds  Capitol  Hotel 

Bickerton  J  R,  res  1069  Grove 

Bicovich  Henry,  cigar  maker  H  Robinson 

Bidache  &  Junqua  (P  Bidache  and  U  Junqua)  proprs  French 
Bakery,  820  Franklin  I 

Bidache  P  (Bidache  &  Junqua)  res  820  Franklin 

Bidwell  A  R  Mrs,  res  719  Fourteenth 

Bidwell  Effie  Miss,  res  947  Willow 

Bidwell  H  E  Mrs,  res  947  Willow 

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Bieler  Frank,  saloon.  809  East  Fourteenth 

Bieler  Xavier,  capitalist,  res  809  East  Fourteenth 

Bielich  Remigio,  waiter,  res  844  Market 

Bier  C  H,  res  884  Twenty-seventh 

Bier  M  Mrs,  res  884  Twenty-seventh 

Bierce  A  S,  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  Broadway 

Biers  Charles,  cabinet  maker  C  Schreiber,  res  884  Twenty-seventh 

Bigelow   Benjamin   D,  carpenter   and  contractor,  S  F,  res   1465 

Tenth  ave 
Bigelow  E  (Bigelow  &  Stratton)  res  762  Thirteenth 
Bigelow  Emma  Miss,  res  1465  Tenth  ave 
Bigelow  John,  carpenter,  res  1465  Tenth  ave 
Bigelow  Jonathan  E,  carpenter,  res  1465  Tenth  ave 
Bigelow  May  Miss,  res  1.465  Tenth  ave 
Bigelow  Oliver  E,  res  930  Thirty-sixth 
Bigelow  &  Stratton  (E  Bigelow  and  J  Stratton)  real  estate  and 

insurance  agts,  458  Ninth 
Bigelow   T  B,   real   estate  and    insurance,  468  Ninth,   res  1157 

Jefferson 
Biggi  N,  driver  dump  cart,  res  N  W  cor  Lusk  and  Fortieth 
Biglow  L  E  Miss,  res  1157  Jefferson 
Bignamie  Domnick,  architect,  S  F,  res  572  Seventh 
Bignamie  Louis,  propr  Venezia  Garden,  572  Seventh 
Bilrils  Peter,  laborer,  res  First  and  Last  Chance  Saloon 
Bilger  Frank  W,  clerk  Bowman  &  Son,  res  1258  Webster 
BILLESBACK    GEORGE,    George's  Exchange,  477    Eighth,  res 

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Billings  Charles  E,  printer,  res  734  Magnolia 
Billings  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  Willson  House 
Billings  M  S  Mrs,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Billington  Clara  VV  Miss,  res  615  Sixth 
Billiogton  Isaac  F,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  615  Sixth 
Billis  James,  res  n  s  Fortv-fifth  nr  Adeline 
Bills  Albert  V,  dentist,  Pleasant  Valley,  res  Piedmont 
Bills  George  R,  real  estate,  bds  Winsor  House 
Bills  Rebecca  A,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1060  Seventh  ave 
Biltz  Frederick  R,  piano  tuner,  res  270  Seventh 
Bimmerle  Moritz,  bakery,  1810  Seventh,  res  same 
Bingham  Addie  Mrs,  lodging  house,  res  504  Fifteenth 
Bingham  Evangeline  E  Miss,  physician,  504  Fifteenth,  res  same 
Bingham  George,  mechanic  Borax  Factory,  res  Webers  Hotel 
Bingham  Hiram  Rev,  missionary  Gilbert  Islands,  res  1012  Clay 
Birch  Mary  Mrs,  res  70S  Fr&nklin 
Birchenall  John,  moulder,  res  2022  Adeline 
Bird  A  S  Miss,  res  605  Tenth 
Bird  Bridget,  res  622  Chestnut 
Bird  Hannah  Mrs,  res  315  Tenth 
Bird  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  1607  Ninth  ave 


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Bird  Peter,  employe  Judson  Iron  Works,  res  225  Ettie 

Bird  William,  barber  WT  H  Stewart,  res  1301  Webster 

Birdsall  A  A  Miss,  teacher  vocal  music  Snell's  Seminary,  res  S  F 

Birdsall  Eliza  A  Mrs,  housekeeper,  1060  Seventh  ave 

Birdsall  John  K,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1010  Pine 

Birkenmeyer  Anton,  sausage  maker,  res  967  East  Twelfth 

Birmingham  D  W  Mrs,  res  216  Eleventh 

Birmingham  W  R,  agent,  res  841  Thirty-third 

Birnbaum  G  Miss,  domestic,  837  Webster 

Birne  Sina,  domestic  Alex  Campbell 

Birtzhoff  John  A,  bookkeeper,  res  860  Brush 

BISBEE  S    B   MISS>  y°ung  ladies'  school,  cor  Seventh  ave  and 

Sixteenth 
Bisbey  Frank,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  415  Fourth 
Bisbey  Frank,  laborer,  res  423  Second 
Bisbey  John,  laborer,  res  423  Second 
BISHOP  A  W>  attorney -at-law  and  secretary  Mutual  Endowment 

Association  of    Oakland   and    president   City    Council,    958 

Broadway,  res  1165  Jackson 
Bishop  Chauncey  G,  searcher  of  records,  res  1402  Franklin 
Bishop    Edgar,  agt  Oakland  Art  Pottery,  1355   Broadway,  res 

1319  Filbert 
Bishop  E  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1402  Franklin 
Bishop  George  D,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1611  Twelfth 
Bishop  Homer,  cook  S  P  Co,  res  559  Sixth 
Bishop  John  N,  bridge  builder  S  P  Co,  res  1611  Twelfth 
Bishop  Laura  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  411  Fifteenth 
Bishop  Lester,  carpenter,  res  1076  Thirty-second 
Bishop   Michael,  blacksmith   Pacific  Iron  and  Nail   Works,  res 

1005  Third 
Bishop  O  H,  porter,  S  F,  res  618  East  Sixteenth 
Bishop  Peter  A,  decorator,  S  F,  res  1709  Seventh 
Bishop  Thomes,  cook  C  P  Co,  res  559  Sixth 
Bissell  Eugene,  printer  job  department  Tribune   Publishing  Co, 

res  Alameda 
Bissell  Toney,  laborer,  res  Prescott  bet  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  High 
Bissell  William,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  816  Eleventh 
Bitterly  Justin,  cook  Palace  Restaurant,  res  233  Second 
Bitterman  Charles,  propr    Brooklyn   Market,  765   East  Twelfth, 

res  612  East  Fifteenth 
Bitterman  Charles  J,  butcher  C  Bitterman,  res  612  East  Fifteenth 
Bitterman  Paul,  butcher  Charles  Bitterman,  res  612  East  Twelfth 
Bittington  I  F,  collector  S  P  Co,  res  8]  8  Eighth 
Bittleston  George,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  w  s  Park 

ave,  Alameda 
Bittman  Charles  W,  agt  Fairbank  Soap  Co,  S  F,  res  224  Ninth 
Biven  Frederick,   compositor  Evening   Bulletin,  S  F,  res    1422 

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Bivins  Abigail  C  Miss,  res  861   Twenty-second 

Bixby  Francina  A,  res  1311  Sixteenth  ave 

Bixby  John  F,  lumberman,  res  810  East  Fifteenth 

Bixby  Levi  R,  carpenter,  res  1462  Brush 

Bixby  Levi    S,  copyist    Hall  of  Records  and  commander  Lyon 

Post  No  8,  G  A  R,  res  1470  Brush 
Bixby  Susie,  res  810  East  Fifteenth 
Blachowski  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1216  Magnolia 
Black  A  VV  (Conklin  &  Black)  res  1311  Telegraph 
Black  E  N  (Getchell  &  Black)  res  Erie  House 
BLACK  GEORGE,  groceries,  1700  Seventh,  res  941  Willow 
BLACK   GE0RGIE  A   MISS,  bookkeeper  George  Black,  res   941 

Willow 
Black  George,  clerk,  res  1170  Broadway 
Black  George  W,  shirt  cutter  M  J  Keller,  res  Willson  House 
Black  Henry  C,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1381  Eighth 
Black  L  Mrs,  real  estate,  res  Erie  Block,  room  27 
Black  Samuel  T,  deputy  county  clerk,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Black  William  I,  farmer,  res  1320  Filbert 
Black  W  D,  res  564  Fifteenth 

Blackburn  Charles,  wheelwright  J  Galvin,  res   1365  Eighteenth 
Blackburn  Charles,  carriage  maker,  res  1365  West 
Blackburn  William,  painter  J  W  Tuckerson 
Blackett  J  C,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1376  Seventeenth 
Blackman  George  V,  canvasser  for  patents,  res  1459  Brush 
Blackman  William  H,  painter  F  T  Hall,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Blackson  John  T,  porter,  res  557  Sixth 
Blackwell  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1015  Eighth 
Blackwood   Alice,   bookkeeper    Sanborn  &  Vail,   S  F,   res  1210 

Fourteenth 
Blackwood  Jane  Mrs,  res  363  Prospect  ave 
Blackwood  L  B  Miss,  res  363  Prospect  ave 
Blackwood  Richard  H,  farmer,  res  1210  Fourteenth 
Blackwood  Robert,  janitor  Oakland  High  School,  res  1210  Four- 
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Blaikie  G  W,  ship  joiner,  res  1720  Chase 
Blair  George  M,  stair  builder,  511  Second,  res  1016  Clay 
Blair  Gracie  M  Miss,  res  1016  Clay 
Blair  Henry,  teamster  V  L  For  tin 
Blair  Lizzie  Jean  Miss,  res  Piedmont  Junction 
Blair  Walter  Mrs,  propr  The  Centennial,  524  Fourteenth 
BLAIR  WALTER,  capitalist  and  president  Broadway  and  Pied- 
mont Railroad,  res  The  Centennial,  524  Fourteenth 
Blair  William,  nursery,  Piedmont  Junction 

Blair  William  Jr,  line  repairer  Piedmont  R  R,  res  Blair's  Ranch 
Blair's  Piedmout  Nursery,  Piedmont  Junction 
BLAIR'S  RANCH,  Walter  Blair  proprietor,  Piedmont 
Blais  Honore,  farmer,  res  807  Harrison 


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Blake  Alice  Miss,  res  1867  Telegraph  ave 

Blake  Annie  Mrs,  bakery  and  coffee  parlor,  1242  San  Pablo  ave 

Blake  Charles  T,  sec  Oakland  Paving  Co,  re3  e  s  Piedmont  Way, 
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Blake  Francis  (Blake,  Moffitt  &  Towne,  S  F)  res  1867  Telegraph 
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Blake  F  J  Mrs,  res  1366  Brush 

Blake  Harry  C,  clerk  F  R  Girard  &  Co,  res  1242  San  Pablo  ave 

Blake  Helen  M  Miss,  teacher  Grant  School,  res  690  Twenty-fifth 

BLAKE  HOUSE,  Mrs  M  K  Blake  proprietress,  1059  Washington 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Blake  House  Livery  Stables,  William  Owens  propr,  SE  cor  Clay 
and  Twelfth 

Blake  Marinda  Miss,  res  1242  San  Pablo  ave 

Blake  Mary  B  Miss,  trained  nurse,  res  cor  East  Twenty-fifth  and 
Seventh  ave,  East  Oakland 

Blake  Maiy  Miss,  servant,  res  cor  Eighth  ave  and  East  Twenty- 
fourth 

BLAKE  M   K  MRS,  proprietress  Blake  House,  1059  Washington 

Blake  &  Moffit  Building,  E  L  Priest  agt,  906  Broadway 

Blake  Philip  H,  real  estate  agt,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynde 

Blake  Rosetta  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  315  Seventh 

Blake  William,  painter,  res  Linden  Lane  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Blake  William,  gardener,  980  Fifth  ave 

Blake  W  H,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Second  ave  and  Birch 

Blakely  T  M,  assistant  foreman  book  publishing  department  Pa- 
cific Press,  res  1410  West 

Blakely  T  M  Mrs,  res  1410  West 

Blakeney  Benjamin,  student,  res  529  Hobart 

Blakeney  Harry,  student,  res  529  Hobart 

Blaker  James,  first  officer  S  P  Co's  steamer  Alameda,  res  659 
Jackson 

Blaknev  G  W,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Blanc  Amedee,  mining  engineer,  res  1120  Peralta 

Blanch  Walter,  barber  E  Hela 

Blanchard  Addison  L,  carpenter,  res  1625  Seventh  ave 

BLANCHARD  ADRIEN  F,  manager  Oakland  Trunk  Factory, 
413  Thirteenth,  res  571  Thirty-sixth 

Blanchard  J  M,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1715  Lincoln 

Blanchet  Charles,  saloon,  802  Broadway,  res  same 

Blanchfield  Patrick,  plasterer  and  contractor,  res  404  Fifth 

Bland  Mary  Mrs,  res  966  Market 

Blaner  John,  laborer,  res  460  Fifth 

Blasdel  E  W  Capt,  mining  expert,  res  1164  Alice 

Blasdel'  Flora  Miss,  res,  1164  Alice 

Blasdel  G  P,  clerk,  res  1164  Alice* 

Blasdel  Libbie  Miss,  res  1164  Alice 

glasdel  Sherrill  W,  mining,  res  914  Poplar 


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Blasich  Joseph,  waiter,  res  910  Broadway 

Blater  Anjdrew,  tool  maker,  S  F,  res  Adeline  nr  Stanley  Station 

Biei   Robert,  solicitor   Pacific    Coast  Electrical  Construction  Co, 

352  Second,  res  Lillard  House 
Blessing  Charles  V,  carpenter  Oakland    Planing   Mills,  res   1224 

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Blessing  Lucy  P  Miss,  res  1224  Twenty-third  ave 
Blethen  A  K  P,  mechanic,  res  475  Twenty-fourth 
Blethen  Charles,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  bds  Overland  House 
Biethen  Charles  H,  engineer  Chris  Gallagher,  res  574  Third 
Blethen  E  O,  salesman,  res  1032  Linden 
Blethen  Frank,  sawyer  Towle  &  Broadwell,  res  574  Third 
Blethen  Frank  M,  planer,  S  F,  res  574  Third 
Blethen  James  E,  carpenter  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  568 

East  Fourteenth 
Bleuel  C,  salesman  Hickok,  Schroeder  &  Co,  res  834  Jackson 
Bleuel  Maurice  J,  collector  Samm's  Mills,  res  1634  Adeline 
Bleuell  James,  traveler  Samm  &  Co,  res  cor  Twenty-second  and 

Adeline 
Bleydorn  J,  confectionery,  1754  Seventh 
Blind  Asylum,  544  Thirty-sixth 

Blinn  Frank  L,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East  Twenty-fifth 
Blinn  Fred  G,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East  Twenty-fifth 
Blinn  F  H  Miss,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East  Twenty-fifth 
Blinn  H  B  Mrs,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East  Twenty-fifth 
Bliss  Benjamin  B,  wharfinger  S  P  Co,  res  576  Third 
Bliss  Mary  E  Mrs,  hosiery  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res 

718  third 
Bliss  M  E  Mrs,  res  1063  Eleventh  ave 
Bliss  S,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  404  East  Tenth 
Bliss  Theodore  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1609  West 
Bliven  Fannie  M  Miss,  teacher  public  school,  S  F,  res  1356  Thir- 
teenth ave 
Bliven  Kate  Mrs,  res  1356  Thirteenth  ave 
Blixt  Christine,  domestic,  IrVO  Madison 

Block  Christian,  baker,  857  Washington,  res  811  Washington 
Block  Henry,  farmer,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Park 
Block  Israel,  cigar  dealer,  S  F,  res  1479  San  Pablo  ave 
Blodget  E  G,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1729  Fourteenth 
Blodgetr,  Clara  Mrs,  teacher,  res  2661  Telegraph  ave 
Blogg  H  B,  shoemaker,  res  1261  Kirkham 
Blood  Warren  H,  surgeon,  res  855  Center 
Blood  William  F,  sec  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res  cor  East 

Twenty-ninth  aud  Fourteenth  ave 
Bloodworth  Enoch,  section  hand  S  P  Co,  res  1875  William 
Bloom  Douglas,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1863  William 
Bloom  Ed,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 
Bloom  Edwin  W,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1863  William 


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BLOOM   GEORCE,  groceries  and  liquors,  951  Franklin 

BLOOM  GEORGE  W,  gun  and  locksmith,  410  Nintb,  res  953 
Franklin 

Bloom  Jacob,  tailor,  res  410  Ninth 

Blote  Martin  C,  collector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  1165  Jeffer- 
son 

Blote  William  E,  collector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  1165  Jef- 
ferson 

Blouin  Damase,  hackman,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Blow  Miss,  res  Arlington  House 

Blow  S  M  Mrs,  res  Arlington  House 

BLOW  W  W>  real  estate  agent,  454  Ninth,  res  759  Harrison 

Blown  James,  laborer  California  Jute  Mills,  res  310  East  Sixteenth 

Blowski  T,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1216  Magnolia 

Blucher  Amelia,  res  811  East  Fifteenth 

Blucher  Lillie,  domestic,  2018  Telegraph  ave 

Blue  House  Saloon,  Mrs  J  Carpentier  proprietress,  res  NE  cor 
Twenty-third  ave  and  East  Fourteenth 

BLimberg  Louis  E,  clerk,  res  717  Tenth 

Blumberg  Robert,  sailor,  res  1412  Brush 

Bluning  Annie  Mrs,  res  1400  Eleventh 

Boalt  John   H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1003  Twelfth 

Boanton  L,  carpenter,  res  814  Wood 

Board  of  Education  of  Oakland  City,  Isaac  Upham  pres,  office 
City  Hall 

Board  of  Trade,  V  D  Moody  pres,  M  J  Keller  vice-pres,  A  D 
Thomas  treas,  J  Meredith  Davis  sec,  461  Tenth 

Boardman  Charles  T,  county  clerk,  res  NE  cor  Durant  and  Olive 

B0ARDMAN  FRANK  W,  civil  engineer,  1004  Broadway,  res 
Twenty-sixth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 

Boardman  Joseph,  electric  penman  S  P  Co,  res  821  Magnolia 

BOARDMAN  JOSEPH,  real  estate  to  lease,  res  725  Eighth  bet 
Castro  and  Brush 

Boardman  L  E,  deputy  county  clerk,  res  710  Ninth 

Boardman  S  L  Mrs,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Boardman  Thomas,  chemist,  res  1687  Twelfth 

BOARDMAN  W  F>  civil  engineer,  1004  Broadway,  res  1315  Grove 

Boardman  William,  civil  engineer,  res  1315  Grove 

Bobet  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  572  Seventh 

Boccard  Ernestine,  dressmaker,  464  A 

Boccard  Frank,  chair  mfr,  464  A,  res  same 

Bochmer  Michael,  waiter  Brooklyn  Restaurant,  res  1116  Ninth  ave 

Bock  Carrie  Mrs,  janitor  Harrison  School,  res  316  Sixth 

Bock  Charles,  wheelwright  Sohst  Bros,  res  316  Sixth 

Bock  George,  mill  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  768  Sixth 

Bock  Henry  O,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1372  Seventeenth 

Bock  Herman,  national  beer,  res  768  Fifteenth 

Bock  John,  employe  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  768  Sixth 


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Bock  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  768  Sixth 

Bockelman  Harry,  saloon,  SW  cor  Felton  and  Adeline 

Bockius  Charles  G,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  1020  Chestnut 

Bocqueraz  Pierre,  capitalist,  res  829  Clay 

Bodell  Annie  M,  dressmaker,  210  Second 

Bodell  John,  teamster,  res  210  Second 

Boden  Bertha,  domestic,  1353  Twelfth  ave 

Bodle  F  S,  physician  and  druggist,  1673  San  Pablo  ave  and  W  B 

Smith  &  Co,  res  1671  San  Pablo  ave 
Bodwell  J  D,  supt  Pacific  Stove  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Shell  Mound 

Station 
Boehm  Max,  supt  Lusk's  Nursery,  res  569  Seventh 
Boehmer  Fred,  student,  res  529  Hobart 
Boehmer  Rose  Miss,  general  housework,  res  513  Frederick 
Boek  Herman  A,  beer  bottler,  cor  Fourteenth  and  Broadway,  res 

768  Fifteenth 
Boenig  Herman,  coachman,  1354  Eighth  ave 
Boequeraz  Julie  Mrs,  res  829  Clay 

Boerner  W,  laborer  Brooklyn  Tannery,  res  Brooklyn  Hotel 
Bogart  Sarah  E  Mrs,  res  828  Jefferson 
Bogler  John  F,  glazier,  res  Park  Street,  Emeryville 
Bogner  August,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bohan  Elizabeth  Miss,  domestic,  res  1934  Poplar 
Bohan  James  J,  laborer  Judson  Nail  Factory,  res  1934  Poplar 
Bohan  John,  blacksmith  R  Gilmore,  res  2664  Telegraph  ave 
Bohan  John,  printer,  res  1934  Poplar 

Bohan  Kate  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  712  Third 
Bohan  Mary  Mrs,  res  1934  Poplar 

Bohme  Bernhard,  clerk  Fred  Klages,  res  1011  Kirkham 
Bohn  Celia,  domestic,  911  Market 
Bohn  Henry,  carpenter,  bds  Capitol  Hotel 
Boice  Charles  De  S,  insurance  agt  Fireman's  Fund,  S  F,  res  1013 

Seventh  ave 
Boilan  Bertha  Miss,  domestic,  1211  Seventh  ave 
Boitano  Antonio,  bootblack,  455  Seventh,  res  658  Myrtle 
Boitano  Louis,  bootblack,  NE  cor  Seventh  and   Washington,  res 

158  Market 
Boitano  Mike,  bootblack,  403  Fourteenth,  res  Filbert  nr  Third 
Boland  Thomas  Mrs,  res  1322  San  Pablo  ave 
Bolce  Edmund  S  J,  clerk  Lorenz  Bros,  1269  Brush 
Bolce  W  J,  horse  trainer,  1269  Brush 
Bolen  Mary  Miss,  cook,  res  1264  Fourteenth 
Boles  John,  laborer,  res  1111  Kirkham 
Boles  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  res  Arlington  House 
Bolin  Charles,  cabinet  maker,  res  920  Twentv-fourth 
Boll  George  M,  compositor  Enquirer,  res  1654  Nineteenth  ave 
Bolles  Amos  (Bolles  &  Wood)  res  2235  Elm 
Bollinger  John  C,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  1156  Webster 


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Bollman  George  M,  railway  news  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1109  East  Sev- 
enteenth 
Bollman  H  N  Mrs,  res  714  Eleventh 

Bollman  Samuel  P,  horticulturist,  res  1109  East  Seventeenth 
Bolser  Emma  B  Miss,  res  1772  San  Pablo  ave 
Bolser    George    W,  sign    painter,  470  Thirteenth,  res   1772  San 

Pablo  ave 
Bolser  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1772  San  Pablo  ave 
Bolser  Horace,  painter,  res  1772  San  Fablo  ave 
Bolton  A  E  (Sharp  &  Bolton)  859  Franklin,  res  S  F 
Bolton  George,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1459  Thirteenth 
Bolton  George,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1459  Thirteenth 
Bolton  George,  ship  steward,  res  1640  Myrtle 
Bolton  James  W,  painter,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave 

and  Grove 
Bolza  William,  grainer,  res  515  Sixth 
Bolzer  George,  painter,  res  470  Thirteenth 
Bomgard  Annie  Miss,  weaver  cotton  mill,  res  407  Sixth 
Bomgard  Lilly  Miss,  weaver  cotton  mill,  res  407  Sixth 
Bomgard  Mamie  Miss,  spinner  cotton  mill,  res  407  Sixth 
Bomgard  Sol,  junk,  407  Sixth 
Bon  Charles  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  2355  Telegraph  ave 
Bon  Eliza  Miss,  res  2355  Telegraph  ave 
Bon  John  B,  res  2355  Telegraph  ave 
Bon  March i  (Miss  E  J  Watson)  fancy  goods,  853  West 
Bond  C  C,  farmer,  res  566  Twenty-first 
Bond  Frederick,  laborer,  res  807  Alice 
Bond  S  D  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1003|-  Broadway,  rms  18-21 
Bond  William  E,  solicitor  Tribune  Publishing   Co,  res  Arlington 

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Bonds  Mrs,  poultry,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Bones  Samuel  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  556  East  Twelfth 
Bonetti  Anton,  confectioner,  res  562  Seventh 
Bonetti  L,  quarryman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  quarry  Lake 

Shore  ave 
Bonham  A  J,  clerk  C  A  Caiy,  res  860  Milton 
Bonham  J  N,  plumber  and  gasfltter,  476  Tenth,  res  1860  Market 
Bonham  Mary  T  Mrs,  res  626  Eighth 
Boniface  John,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Boniface  Sara  Miss,  teacher  Irving  School,  res  1622  Washington 
Bonifield  S  H,  electrician  Pacific  Coast  Electrical  Construction  Co, 

res  S  F 
Bonito  J,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
Bonjour  H  A,  saloon,  1426  San  Pablo  ave 
Bonnemort  Charles  M,  mining,  res  955  Jackson 
Bonnet  Southen,  res  817  Market 


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Bontau  Leonard,  carpenter,  res  1308  Thirteenth  ave 

Bontan  Louise  M  Miss,  bookbinder,  res  1308  Thirteenth  ave,  East 

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Bon  Ton  Boat  House,  W  A  Duncombe  propr,  Lake  Merritt 
Bon  Ton,  L  Selna  &  Co  proprs,   liquors,  SE   cor   Eleventh   and 

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Bonton  Louise   Miss,   binder   Tribune   Publishing    Co,  res    1308 

Thirteenth  ave 
Boogar  Philip,  laborer,  res  815  Thirteenth 
Booker  George  E,  mgr  Spring  Valley  Water  Co,  S  F,  res  1354 

Brush 
Boole  F  W,  weigher  Newport  Coal  Co,  S  F,  res  913  Poplar 
Boole  George,  ship  builder,  S  F,  res  913  Poplar 
Boone  Jesse  T,  printer  Fonda  &  Co,  res  260  Fifth 
Bocp  Alice  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  815  Henry 
Boop  Mattie  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  815  Henry 
Booth  A  L,  Piedmont  Land  Co,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Booth  Baxter,  asst  supt  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  853  Castro 
Booth  Edward,  journalist,  S  F,  res  1220  Harrison 
Booth  John  W,  nailer  nail  works,  res  653  Seventh 
Booth  William,  res  1220  Harrison 

BORDEN   RHODES'  attorney-at-law,  957-965  Broadway,  rm  17 
Bordman  Joseph,  electric  penman  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  821  Magnolia 
Bordnan  L  E,  res  710  Ninth 
Bordoni  Elisee,  peddler,  res  653  Madison 
Borein  P  R,  county  tax  collector,  res  1002  Webster 
Borge  Frank,  teamster,  res  1357  Thirteenth 
Borge  Manuel,  bootblack,  res  1357  Thirteenth 
Borge  Mary  A,  washerwoman,  res  1357  Thirteenth 
Borgeson  Charles  J,  showcase  mfr,  S  F,  res  985  Willow 
Borgna  William,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Borillo  A,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
Borillo  Jose,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
Borland  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1059  Jackson 
Borland  Archie,  mining  operator,  res  1925  Webster 
Borland  Archie  Jr,  res  1925  Webster 
Borland   David   C,  paper   hanger    McGovern  &   Cahill,  res   215 

Twelfth 
Borland  James,  carpenter,  res  966  Twenty-first 
Borland  Lula  Miss,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  966  Twenty-first 
Bormann  Albert  H,  butcher,  res  221  Third 
Bornhauser  Henry,  brewer,  res  809  Center 

Bort  Idell  Miss,  saleslady  Bennison  &  Liebmann,  res  1440  Filbert 
Bort  Lydia  A  Mrs,  res  1440  Filbert 

Bortree  David  E,  clerk  police  court,  City  Hall,  res  572  Seven- 
teenth 
Boscocci  Peter,  ashman,  res  1405  Thirteenth 
Boscoccia  Emily,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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Boscoccia  Eugene,  distributer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Boscoccia  Natal e,  distributer  Contra  Costa  Laundiy 

Bosilini  John,  ashman,  1260  Center 

Bosken  M  M  Miss,  teacher,  res  1353  Webster 

Boss  Joseph,  baker  New  York  Bakery,  res  908  Broadway 

Boss  Martin,  milling  engineer,  res  934  Linden 

Bossard  Frank,  florist  and  nurseryman,  w  s  Humboldt  ave  nr 
Claremont,  Temescal 

Boston  Advertising  Co  (A  N  Shearer,  G  W  Edwards  and  E  J 
Cavanaugh)  advertising  agts,  911  Broadway 

Boston  Fresco  Co;  Edgar  D  Parker  mgr,  458  Ninth 

Bostwick  M  Mrs,  res  1254  Webster 

Bostwick  Mattie  P  Mrs,  res  918  Sixteenth 

Bostwick  W  J,  professor  of  music,  res  Willson  House 

Boswell  James  W,  cigars  and  tobacco,  468  Seventh,  res  858  Clay 

Boswell  W  H,  mill  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  cor  Thirty- 
ninth  and  Broadway 

Bosworth  Lonnie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  511   Seventeenth 

Bosworth  S  F  Mrs,  mgr  W  C  T  U  Coffee  and  Tea  Rooms,  res  476 
Twelfth 

Bothwell  Richard,  farmer,  res  1314  Twelfth  ave 

Bottazini  Louis  A,  pressman  Enquirer  Printing  Office,  res  856 
Harrison 

Bottini  Louis,  driver  French  Laundiy,  res  690  Twenty -ninth 

Bottomly  Isaac,  saloon,  cor  College  ave  and  Hudson 

Boudreau  Adolph,  harness  and  saddlery,  820  Broadway,  res  839 
Franklin 

Boughton  H  J,  physician  and  surgeon,  854J  Broadway,  rm  3 

Boulger  John  A,  foreman  painter  S  P  Co,  res  815  Wood 

Boullet  Elmira  Miss,  res  259  Twelfth 

Boiillet  Louise  Mrs,  res  259  Twelfth 

Bouquet  Frank,  barber,  res  1003  Franklin 

Bourget  Joseph,  blacksmith  F  Sicotte  &  Son,  res  864  Willow 

Bourgin  Pierre,  locksmith,  res  866  Isabella 

Bourne  — ,  employe  pottery,  res  619  Park  ave,  rear 

Bourne  May  Miss,  student,  res  616  Twelfth 

Bourne  Rebecca  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  616  Twelfth 

Bourne  R  P  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  616  Twelfth 

Bours  Carmen,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Dolores  Miss,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Luz,  res  520  S}Tcamore 

Bours  M  Mrs,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Manuela,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Maria  Miss,  res  520  S}7camore 

Bours  Rafaela,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  T  R,  res  520  Sycamore 

Boursie  Edward,  capitalist,  res  1520  Curtis 

Bousfield  Win  C,  broker,  S  F,  res  1361  Thirteenth  ave,  E  Oakland 


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Bouton  Albert  A,  salesman  Scott  &  McKenzie,  res  674  Sixteenth 

Bouton  Fannie  E  Miss,  res  571  East  Twenty-third 

Boveroux  George  L,  bookkeeper  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1077  Twelfth 

Bow  Margaret  Miss,  1929  Telegraph  ave 

Bowden  Alice  Miss,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Park,  Fruit  Vale 

Bowden  Christina  Miss,  res  cor  East  Twelfth   and  Park,  Fruit 

Vale 
Bowden  Eliza  Mrs,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Park,  Fruit  Vale 
Bowden  S  H  N  Mrs,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Park,  Fruit  V  ale 
Bowen  Abbie  Miss,  res  663  Grove 
Bowen  Alice  B  Miss,  r  s  1401  Eighth  ave 
Bowen  Andrew,  boiler   maker  Oakland  Boiler   Works,  res  1711 

Linden 
Bowen  C  A,  carpenter,  res  663  Grove 
Bowen  Charles  E,  salesman  Sherwood  &  Sherwood,  S  F,  res  1401 

Eighth  ave 
Bowen  Lulu  Miss,  res  312  Fifth 
Bowen  Marshall  \V,  carpenter,  res  1667  Broadway 
Bowen  Pardon  M  (Bowen  &  Co)  res  1303  Chestnut 
Bowen  Thomas  W,  carpenter,  res  312  Fifth 
Bowers  Carman,  res  520  Sycamore 
Bowers  Leek,  res  520  Sycamore 
Bowers  Manuel  R,  res  520  Sycamore 
Bowers  M.  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  1113  Broadway,  rm  12 
Bowers  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  710  Thirty-fourth" 
Bowers  N  E  Mrs,  res  710  Thirty-fourth 
Bowers  William,  mining  ^ec^S  F,  res  332  Prospect  ave 
Bowes  Annie  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  516  Fifth 
Bowie  H  R,  asst  weigher  U  S  custom  house,  S  F,  res  1136  Filbert 
Bowles  Charles,  carpenter,  res  579  East  Twelfth 
Bowles  Charles  M,  artist,  res  963  Seventh 
Bowles  P  E,  mgr  warehouse,  S  F,  res  957  Linden 
Bowley  William,  capitalist,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Bowman  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bowman  A  W  Jr,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Bowman  A  W,  mgr  Sarsfield  Remedies  Co,  S   F,  res  Vernal  ave, 

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Bowman  C  Mrs,  res  669  East  Twenty- fourth 
Bowman  Charles,  fireman,  res  669  East  Twenty-fourth 
Bowman  Charles,  mining  agt,  res  418  Fifth 
Bowman  Charles  A,  clerk  Bowman  &  Son,  res  630  Ninth 
Bowman  Charles  H,  storekeeper  S  P  Co,  res  974  Center 
Bowman  Eustace  P,  broker,  S  F,  res  118  Fourth 
Bowman  Henry  (Bowman  &  Son)  res  630  Ninth 
Bowman  John,  gardener,  res  1054  Broadway 
Bowman  Lillian  E  Miss,  res  118  Fourth 
Bowman  Peter,  laborer  pottery,  res  NW  cor  Park  ave  and  Den- 

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BOWMAN  &  SON  (Henry  and  W  J)  druggists,  951  Broad- 
way 

Bowman  William  J  (Bowman  &  Son)  res  630  Ninth 

Bowman  William  J.  clerk  Bowman  &  Son,  res  630  Ninth 

Bowser  Rufus,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Bowser  Samuel,  railroad  laborer,  res  cor  Forty-second  and  Tele- 
graph ave 

Bowstead  E  Mrs,  res  1068  Eighteenth 

Bovamval  Alma,  wine  salesman,  res  571  Fifth 

Boyce  Chester  C,  cotton  mills,  res  567  Sixth 

Boyce  John  B,  tallyman  Taylor  &  Co,  res  671  Fourth 

Boyce  R  W  Mrs,  res  671  Fourth 

Boyce  Shepherd  B  (Harrison  &  Boyce)  res  Market  Street  House 

Boyce  William  D,  furniture  factory,  960  Franklin,  res  532  Thirty- 
first 

Boyd  Charles  E,  dealer  fish  bait,  s  s  Division  nr  Bay 

Boyd  David  I,  res  1439  Market 

Boyd  Edward,  salesman  C  W  Kinsey,  res  cor  Twentieth  and 
Castro 

Boyd  Emma  H  Miss,  proof-reader  Pacific  Press,  res  708  Eleventh 

Boyd  Josephine  Miss,,  res  1439  Market 

Bcvd  Luella  Miss,  res  778  Eleventh 

Boyd  Robert  O,  res  778  Eleventh 

Boyd  William  M,  clergyman,  S  F,  res  466  Plymouth  ave 

Boyden  A  M,  carpenter,  522  Sixteenth,  res  963  Jefferson 

Boyden  W  B  Capt,  cashier  Salvation  Army,  res  317  Eighth 

Boyer  A,  res  Pagoda  Hill  bet  Vernon  and  Claremont  aves 

Boyer  Al,  fireman,  res  1713  Seventh 

Boyer  Andrew,  coachman  Seth  Richards,  res  cor  Webster  and 
Orchard 

Boyer  Annie  Mrs,  res  cor  Webster  and  Orchard 

Boyer  Arthur,  fireman,  res  1713  Seventh 

Boyer  Charles  C,  res  418  Twelfth 

Boyer  Henry,  news  agt,  1704  Seward 

Boyer  H  P,  machinist,  res  142  Hannah 

Boyer  James  D,  atty,  res  Pagoda  Hill  bet  Vernon  and  Claremont 
.   aves,  North  Temescal 

Boyer  M  Mrs,  res  1704  Seward 

Boyer  Robert  J,  shorthand  reporter,  res  1704  Seward 

Boyer  Thomas  F,  moulder,  res  514  Fifth 

Boyland  Joseph  H,  carpenter,  res  371  Tenth 

Boyle  Charles,  sailor,  bds  570  Broadway 

Boyle  John,  laborer,  bds  Winthrop  House 

Boyle  L,  piler  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co 

Boyle  Mary,  domestic  S  T  Alexander,  1006  Sixteenth 

Boyle  Michael,  peddler,  res  512  Fifth 

Boyle  Neil,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  720  Linden 

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Boyle  Patrick,  gardener,  res  263  East  Sixteenth 

Boyle  Patrick,  peddler,  res  512  Fifth 

Boyle  Timothy,  longshoreman,  res  cor  Wood  and  Pacific 

Boynton  Alice  Miss,  res  959  Clay 

Boynton  Charles  A,  salesman,  S  F,  res  cor  Howe  and  Howard 

Boynton  G  F,  ship  joiner,  res  959  Clay 

Boynton  G  W,  carpenter,  363  Thirteenth,  res  1955  Grove 

Boynton  Samuel  S,  barkeeper,  res  St  John  House 

Boy  sen  A,  res  416  Seventh  • 

Bovsen  T,  res  416  Seventh 

Braasch  Claus,  saloon,  Piedmont  Junction,  res  same 

Brabant  Charles,  res  2109  Elm 

Brabban  Dixon,  banker,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brackett  Edward  A,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  913  Cedar 

Brackett  Leonard  C,  foreman  Horace  Davis,  S  F,  res  1106  Wood 

Brackett  Orrin  J,  photographer,  res  1469  Grove 

Bracktle  Hattie  S,  milliner,  1916  Broadway 

BRACKTLE    W   S>    manufacturing  jeweler,  1016  Broadway,  res 

2236  Telegraph  ave 
BRACKTLE  W  S  MRS  &  CO  (W  S  Bracktle)  flower  and  feather 

store,  1016  Broadway 
Bradbury  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1028  Tenth 
Bradbury  Helen  L  Miss,  res  1028  Tenth 
Bradbury  John  L,  mining  supt,  res  1028  Tenth 
Bradbury  L  L,  res  959  Twelfth 

Bradbury  Marcia  G  Mrs,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  523  Jones 
Bradford  Mrs,  res  Oriental  House 
Bradfordtl  A  S,  shipping  clerk  California  Hosiery  Co,  res   1729 

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Bradford  Jennie  Mrs,  res  568  East  Fourteenth 
Bradford  Joseph  F,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  681  East  Thirty-second 
Bradford  Matthew  C,  carpenter,  res  568  East  Fourteenth 
Bradford  M  E  Miss,  res  Beulah  Park 
Bradford  M  J  Mrs,  res  Beulah  Park 
Bradford  William  J,  laborer,  res  1156  Union 
Bradley  Anna  Miss,  domestic,  2029  West 
Bradley  A  S,  photographer,  res  957  Grove 

Bradley  Asa  M,  foreman  Cal  Furniture  Co,  S  F,  res  484  Edward 
Bradley  Carrie  Miss,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Bradley  C  B  Rev,  teacher  State  University,  res  668  Eighteenth 
Bradley  Charles,  plumber  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  465  Twentieth 
Bradley  Charles,  painter,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Bradley  Ernest  W,  physician,  res  618  East  Fourteenth 
Bradley  Fred,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1803  Seventh 
Bradley  James,  gardener,  res  465  Twentieth 
Bradley  John  T,  mining,  res  364  Fourteenth 
Bradley  Joseph,  with  P  H  McGrew,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 
Bradlev  Laura  V  Miss,  res  523  Jones 


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Bradley  Lucy  Miss,  res  364  Fourteenth 

Bradley  Mary,  domestic,  620  East  Sixteenth 

Bradley  Mary  Miss,  res  364  Fourteenth 

Bradley  M  J  Mrs,  res  660  Twenty-fifth 

Bradley  Nicholas,  plasterer,  res  1415  Eleventh 

Bradley  Thomas,  contractor,  res  1463  Castro 

Bradley  William,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  829  Cedar 

Bradshaw  Charles,  hostler  Wm  Owens,  res  SE  cor  Clay  and 
^Twelfth 

Bradshaw  John,  stableman  Fashion  Stable,  res  370  Eighth 

Bradshaw  Julia  Mrs,  vestmaker,  res  355  Tenth 

Bradshaw  Mary  Miss,  res  Athol  ave,  Peralta  Heights 

Bradshaw  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  44  East  Nine- 
teenth 

Bradway  H  C,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1552  Third 

Bradway  J  R,  physician  and  surgeon,  1003J  Broadway,  rms  22 
and  23,  res  702  Eleventh 

Bradway  Royal,  fireman  S  P  R  R  Co,  res  1713  William 

Bradway  Timothy,  res  1713  William 

Brady  Andrew,  laborer,  res  1871  Coss 

Brady  E  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  916  Wood 

Brady  John,  painter,  res  651  Linden 

Brady  Martin  B,  cigar  mfr,  476  Seventh,  res  508J  Fifteenth 

Brady  T  J,  plumbing  and  gastitting,  904  Washington,  res  810 
Castro 

Brady  William  T,  painter,  res  651  Linden 

Braheny  E  Mrs,  res  569  Fortieth 

Braheny  Mary  Miss,  res  569  Fortieth 

Brain  George,  plasterer,  res  103  Hannah 

Brain  George,  moulder,  res  2020  Chestnut 

Brain  Henry,  carpenter  California  Planing  Mills,  res  Eleventh  nr 
Powell 

Brainard  George  W,  hostler,  res  364  Tenth 

Bralley  Nellie  Miss,  artist,  res  1939  Market 

Bralley  Patrick,  barber,  res  1939  Market 

Bramensel  Emily  Miss,  res  1713  Market 

Bramia  Mrs,  domestic,  953  Castro 

Bramwell  J  C,  real  estate,  Ninth  nr  Broadway,  res  1068  Broadway 

Branch  Fred,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1913  Market 

Branch  Nellie  Miss,  cashier  L  Liebmann,  res  1913  Market 

Branch  William,  foreman  Hose  Co  No  2  Oakland  Fire  Depart- 
ment, res  1913  Market 

Branch  William  R,  adjuster  tax  titles,  res  1839  Myrtle 

Brand  Bros  (George  Jr,  Charles  and  Fred)  mfrs  stepladders, 
472  Fourth 

Brand  Charles  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Fred  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  George,  stepladder  mfr,  res  662  Fifth 


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Brand  George  Jr  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Henry,  plumber,  S  F,  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  John  G,  barber,  S  F,  res  824  Isabella 

Brand  Morton,  clerk  Charles  Bennett,  res  662  Fifth 

BRAND  ROBERT,  superintendent  Northwestern  Manufacturing 
and  Car  Co,  NE  cor  Second  and  Washington,  res  1430  Ade- 
line 

Brand  William,  dyer  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  662  Fifth 

Brandon  J  B  Mrs,  res  614  Seventeenth 

Brandon  William  M,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  n  s  Sutter  bet  San  Pablo 
ave  and  Adeline 

Brandstetter  Joseph,  baker,  S  F,  res  227  Eighth 

Brandt  B  Mrs,  res  365  Fourth 

Brandt  Fred,  helper  E  F  Delger,  res  Alaipeda 

Brandt  Fred  H  D,  house  painter,  res  n  s  Forty-second  nr  Grove 

Brandt  K,  Mrs,  res  466  Sixth 

Brangs  E  E,  musician,  res  1301  Franklin 

Branks  Agnes  Miss,  res  619  Park  ave 

Branks  Dora  Mrs,  res  619  Park  ave 

Brann  Walla,  student,  res  378  East  Fifteenth 

Brannan  A  Mrs,  groceries,  802  Clay,  res  same 

Brannan  Agnes  Miss,  res  802  Clay 

Brannan  Anna  Miss,  res  851  Seventeenth 

Brannan  Carmilita,  finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  S  F 

Brannan  Daniel,  pottery,  SE  cor  Seventeenth  ave  and  East 
Twelfth,  res  851  East  Twelfth 

Brannan  James  J,  tinner,  res  5  Forty-third 

Brannan  James  T,  propr  California  Express,  res  516  Sixth 

Brannan  John,  res  Piedmont  Junction 

Brannan  Martha  Mrs,  res  5  Forty-third 

Brannan  Mary  Mrs,  res  516  Sixth 

Brannan  Patrick,  hostler  Robert  Glover,  res  470  Ninth 

Brannon  James,  stableman,  res  Winthrop  House 

Brannon  Mary  Miss,  housekeeper,  res  912  Sixth  ave 

Branson  Ware,  sailmaker,  res  1007  Fifth 

Branthaven  R  W,  farmer,  res  71 4  Twenty-ninth 

Branthaver  Daniel,  miner,  res  1957  Myrtle 

Branthaver  H  L,  atty-at-law  and  collection  agt,  956  Broadway, 
res  1953  Myrtle 

Brashaw  Mary,  domestic,  44  East  Nineteenth 

BRASS    WORKS:    Hersey  &  Chloupek  proprs,  720  Washington 

Braum  C  H  F,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1358  Seventh 

Braun  C  A  Mrs,  res  1120  Twelfth 

Braun  Frank  A,  clerk  A  Vignier,  S  F,  res  1358  Seventh 

Braun  H,  propr  U  S  Bottling  Co,  SE  cor  Webster  and  Eighth 

Braun  John  J,  salesman  C  L  Taylor,  res  8<36  Peralta 

Braun  L  Miss,  res  Golden  Eagle  House 

Braun  Louis  E,  bookkeeper  G  W  McNear,  S  F,  res  1358  Seventh 


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Braun  Martin,  bartender  F  Leonhard,  res  Golden  Eagle  House 

Braun  Michael,  res  1123  Filbert 

Brause  Gustave,  carpenter,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Telegraph 
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Brawley  John,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  481  Twenty -first 

Bray  Edward  M  (Bray's  Sons&  Co,  S  F)  res  East  Fourteenth  bet 
Howard  and  Fruit  Vale  ave,  Fruit  Vale 

Bray  Gus,  grain  merchant,  S  F,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit 
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Bray  H,  plasterer,  res  612J  East  Twelfth 

Bray  Howard  W,  res  East  Fourteenth  bet  Howard  and  Fruit 
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BRAY  ISAIAH  general  secretary  Oakland  Y  M  C  A,  865  Broad- 
way, res  716  Ninth 

Bray  Jennie  Miss,  res  1313  Twelfth  ave 

Bray  Robert  A  (Bray's  Sons  &  Co,  S  F  )  res  East  Fourteenth  bet 
Howard  and  Fruit  Vale  ave,  Fruit  Vale 

Bray  W  A,  grain  merchant  S  F,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit 
Vale  ave 

Bray  William,  grain  merchant,  S  F,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit 
Vale  ave 

Brazzo  Jacob,  driver,  res  712  Myrtle 

Breard  Antoine,  barber  Plante  &  Journal,  res  1654  Seventh 

Brearton  Kate  Mrs,  res  2018  Telegraph  ave 

Brearty  F  J,  atty  and  counselor-at-law,  921  Broadway,  rm  10 

Brearty  Frank,  law  student  F  J  Brearty,  res  SW  cor  Forty- 
second  and  San  Pablo  ave 

Brearty  Mary  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  515  Ninth 

BREARTY  M  E  MRS,  principal  Select  Home  School,  cor  San 
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Breck  Emma  J  Miss,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  James,  clerk  Samuel  Breck,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  James,  atty-at-law,  res  578  Sixteenth 

Breck  Louise  Miss,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  M  Miss,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  Nellie  B  Miss,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  Samuel,  seedsman,  S  F,  res  470  Merrimac 

Breck  Samuel  Jr,  student,  res  470  Merrimac 

Bredhoff  Charles,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1219  Market 

Bredhoff  Henry,  bookkeeper  Clot  &  Meese,  S  F,  res  1213  Eighth 

Bredhoff  Julius,  res  1213  Eighth 

Breed  Arthur  H,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1257  Clay 

Breed  Daniel,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  572  Eighteenth 

Breed  Daniel  C,  bookkeeper,  res  1257  Clay 

Breed  Helen  E  Mrs,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  1257  Clay 

Breen  John,  cigar  mfr,  res  2013  San  Pablo  ave 

Breen  Kathleen  V,  res  1375  Madison 

Breen  Matthew,  laborer,  res  766  Fifth 


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Breen  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1318  Kirkham 

Breen  William,  cigar  mfr  Robert  Kuerzel,  res  522  Second 

Bregers  Charles  W,  butcher  Elk  Horn  Market,  res  818  Twenty- 
seventh 

Bregers  T  W,  butcher,  res  818  Twenty-seventh 

Brehm  Agnes  Mrs,  res  1812  San  Pablo  ave 

Breiling  Adolph,  butcher  Western  Market,  res  1473  Eighth 

Breiling  Emil,  butcher  Western  Market,  res  1473  Eighth 

Breiling  John  Mrs,  propr  Western  Market,  1473  Eighth 

Breiling  Oscar,  butcher  Western  Market,  res  1473  Eighth 

Bremler  Adolph,  peddler,  res  963  Harrison 

Bremmerley  Albert,  res  489  Orchard 

Bremmerley  Nettie  Miss,  student,  res  489  Orchard 

Brendemuhle  A,  fruit  grower,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Brendt  Rebecca  Mrs,  res  466  Sixth 

Brennan  Charles  D,  railroad  employe,  res  963  Fifth 

Brennan  Daniel,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  963  Fifth 

Brennan  Fred,  cigar  maker,  res  963  Fifth 

Brennan  John,  capitalist,  res  Piedmont  Junction 

Brennan  Katherine  Mrs,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  bet  Fortieth  and 
Forty-first 

Brennan  Louise  A   compositor,  res  963  Fifth 

Brennan  Thomas  H,  cooper,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Clay 

Brennen  Michael,  stair  builder,  S  F,  res  914  Chester 

Brennen  T  L,  res  914  Chester 

Brennen  William  H,  painter,  res  212  Third 

Brensel  John,  teamster,  res  816  Twenty-seventh 

Brereton  J  M,  groceries,  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Linden,  res  2018 
Telegraph  ave 

Breseno  Frank  A,  sash  and  doormaker,  S  F,  res  618  Filbert 

Bresnahan  M,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1765  Seventh 

Bresnehan  Thomas,  carpet  beater,  res  525  Eighth 

Bresnehen  Mitchell,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 

Brett  E  C  Mrs,  res  562  Thirteenth 

Brett  Mabel  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  562  Thirteenth 

Breuer  Antonio,  carver,  res  1660  Seventh 

Breuer  Herman,  grocer,  S  F,  res  1055  Wood 

Breuer  Herman,  groceries,  2207  San  Pablo  ave 

Brevator  John,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  875  Washington 

Brew  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Brewer  Annie  W,  teacher,  res  578  Thirteenth 

Brewer  Antone,  carver,  S  F,  res  1660  Seventh 

Brewer  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1350  Franklin 

Brewer  John  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  578  Thirteenth 

Brewer  Mary  Mrs,  fancy  goods  and   notions,   1660  Seventh 

Brewer  Otto,  gilder,  res  1660  Seventh 

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Brewster  Christina  Mrs,  propr  Oakland  House,  SE  cor  Third  and 

Broadway 
Brewster  D  Mrs,  res  870  Castro 
Brewster  Jessie  Miss,  re«  559  Caledonia  ave 
Brewster  John,  painter,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 
Brewster  Lizzie  J  Miss,  res  918  Moss  ave 
Brewster  William  C,  foreman  broom  factory  Home  for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  918  Moss  ave 
Briant  E  E  Mrs,  res  1263  Twelfth  ave 

Briant  George,  janitor  Franklin  School,  res  1263  Twelfth  ave 
Briard  Antoine,  barber,  res  478  Seventh 
Brice  John,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1057  East  Eleventh 
Brickett  M  Mrs,  res  222  Ninth 
Bridge  and  Building  Department  SPR  R   Co,  SE  cor  Atlantic 

and  Cedar 
Bridge  Ellen  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Bridge  George,  waiter,  cor  Fourteenth  and  Union 
Bridge  Herbert,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Bridge  John,  laborer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Bridge  Joshua,  laborer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Bridge  Thomas,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Bridge  William,  dairyman,  East  Oakland,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave 

and  Old  County  Road 
Bridges  Harry  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  454  East  Eleventh 
Bridges  Martin  M,  wood,  coal  and  coke  dealer,  NE  cor  Sixth  and 

Washington,  res  952  Thirty -fifth 
Bridgman  Caleb  B,  carpenter  and  joiner,  res  SW  cor  Filbert  and 

Third 
Bridgman  Edward  C,  carpenter,  res  865  Twenty-second 
Bridgman  William  C,  sticker  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  760 

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Brier  A,  gardener,  res  cor  Webster  and  Orchard 
Brier  Columbus,  teacher  Urban  School,  S  F,  res  522  Twenty-sec- 
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Brier  Martha  Miss,  res  522  Twent}7-second 
Brier  Rose  Miss,  res  522  Twenty-second 
Brierton  John  M,  merchant,  res  2018  Telegraph  ave 
Brierton  Stewart,  res  2018  Telegraph  ave 
Briggs  Annie  F  Miss,  res  524  Thirteenth 
Briggs  Chester  G,  contractor,  res  527  East  Fourteenth 
Briggs  Christina  Mrs,  res  1312  Tweifth  ave 

BRIGGS  LER0Y  H>  millinery,  1107  Broadway,  res  524 Thirteenth 
Briggs  L  H  Mrs,  millinery,  res  524  Thirteenth 
Briggs  Minnie  Mrs,  res  524  Thirteenth 
Brigham  C  O  (Brigham,  Hoppe  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1019  Oak 
Brigham  Frank  E,  res  1007  Oak 
Brigham  Frank  E,  res  1019  Oak 
Brigham  L  A  Miss,  res  1019  Oak 


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Bright  Frederick,  plumber,  res  625  Chestnut 

Brim  John  W,  farmer,  res  952  Myrtle 

Brim  Thomas,  student,  res  952  Myrtle 

Brines  Charles,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1758  Seventh 

Brings  Augustus,  meter  inspector,  res  940  Pine 

Brink  E,  carpenter,  res  409J  Twelfth 

Brink  Gerda  C  Mrs,  res  767  Fourteenth 

Briones  B  (Miranda  &  Briones)  res  511  Eighth 

Briones  C,  barber,  479  Eighth,  res  Seventh  above  Pine 

Briones  C  M,  saloon,  res  1014  Fifth 

Briones  G  J,  barber,  res  1762  Seventh 

Briones  Ramon  L,  barber,  844  Broadway,  res  371  Tenth 

Briscio  Charles,  baker,  res  456  Twenty-first 

Briseno  Anton,  glazier  California  Door  Co,  res  618  Filbert 

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Brittell  Joseph,  groceries,  1269  Cypress,  res  1407  Sixteenth 
Britton  Frank  B,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1067  Sixteenth 
Britton  John  A,  sec  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  814 

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Britton  Patrick,  employe  California  Stone  Works,  res  870  Lydia 
Britton  William  W,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1067  Sixteenth 
Broad  Charles  A,  boots  and  shoes,  res  cor  Thirtv-sixth  and  Mar- 

ket,  Temescal 
Broadway  Passenger  Depot  S  P  Co,  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and 

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Broad  well  M  L  (Towle  &  Broadwell)  res  216  Eleventh 
Brock  Aaron  T,  student,  res  East  Fourteenth  bet  Park  and  Julia 
Brock  Christie  L,  messenger  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  1458 

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Brock  George,  house  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  409  Thirteenth 
Brock  George  W,  painter,  res  1561  San  Pablo  ave 
Brock  George  W  Mrs,  proprietor  Cable  Restaurant,    1561    San 

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Brock  Jacob  W,  bartender,  S  F,  res  1256  Kirkham 
Brock  Jessie  Miss,  res  1561  San  Pablo  ave 
Brock  J  M,  merchant,  Oroville,  res  1458  Broadway 
Brock  Josie  Miss,  res  1561  San  Pablo  ave 
Brock  S  Mrs,  res  1030  Peralta 

Brockelman  B  H,  baker  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  728  Twelfth 
Brockelman  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  565  Eleventh 
Brockhage  Frank  E,  searcher  of  records,  S  F,  res  765  Eighteenth 
Brockhage  Fred  A,  carpenter,  res  765  Eighteenth 
Brockhage  John  F,  searcher  of  records,  S  F,  res  765  Eighteenth 
Brockhage  Kate  E  Miss,  res  765  Eighteenth 
Brockhurst  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  761  Fourteenth 
Brode  R,  blacksmith,  cor  Eighth  and  Clay,  res  561  Eighth 
Broderick  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  1706  Seward 


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Broderick  C  VV,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  5  Maple 
Broderick  Edward,  horseshoer  Whitney,  San  Francisco  and  Oak- 
land Transfer  Co,  res  862  Franklin 
Broderick  John,  res  813  Filbert 
Broderick  Patrick,  laborer,  res  813  Filbert 
Broderick  Richard,  plumber,  Filbert  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Broderick  W  F,  clerk  W  B  Hardy,  res  1706  Seward 
Broderick  William,  plumber  T  J  Brady,  res  813  Filbert 
Brodie  Charles  A,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  734  Chester 
Brodier  Carrie,  helper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  Alameda 
Brodigan  Maggie  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Brodt  A  W,  farmer,  res  363J  Twelfth 
Brodt  A  W  Mrs,  artist,  res  363£  Twelfth 
Brokamp  Benjamin,  tailoi,  480  Eighth,  res  same 
Brokaw  E  B  Mrs,  res  1015  Linden 

Brokow  George,  gardener  H  Benclel,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Alice 
Brolly  A  B,  engineer  steamer  Oceanic,  res  1325  Alice 
Bromley  Charlotte  E  Miss,  curator  East  Oakland  Reading  Room, 

res  1112  Eleventh  ave 
Bromley  John  L,  atty-at-law  and  real  estate,  864J  Broadway,  res 

371  Fifth 
Bromley.  Thomas  L,  artist,  864J  Broadway,  res  371  Fifth 
Bromwell  L  L,  California  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  126  Ninth 
Broneer  Carl  W,  restaurant,  S  F,  res  696  Twenty-fifth 
Bronsdon  Ulysses  P,  apprentice  binder  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res 

1773  Seventh 
Bronson  Horace  H,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1255  Center 
Bronson  H  W,  fireman  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  570  Sixteenth 
Brook  L  M  Mrs,  res  1111  Adeline 
Brook  W  P,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 
Brooke  Charles  Sr,  pictorial  sign  painter,  res  1254  Eighth 
BROOKLYN   BREWERY,   Schmidt  &   Schoenfelder  proprietors, 

SW  cor  Eighteenth  ave  and  East  Fourteenth 
Brooklyn  Council  No  50,  United  Friends  of  the  Pacific,  764  East 

Twelfth 
Brooklyn  Engine  House,  Brooklyn  Engine  No  4,  Clinton  Hook 

and  Ladder  No  2,  East  Fourteenth  bet  Twelfth  and  Thir- 
teenth aves 
Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Railroad,  E  C  Sessions  pres,  W  W  Gill 

sec,  office  1106  Broadway 
BROOKLYN  HOTEL,  H  H  Wiggin  proprietor,  cor  Twenty-second 

ave  and  East  Twelfth 
Brooklyn  Lodge  No  225,  F  and  A  M,  meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 

555  East  Twelfth 
Brooklyn  Lodge  No  3,  Ancient  Order  United    Workmen,  meets 

at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East  Twelfth 
Brooklyn  Lodge  No    32,  Knights   of   Pythias,  meets  764   East 

Twelfth 


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177 


Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  E  M  Derby  &  Co  proprs,  foot  of  Thir- 
teenth ave 

Brooklyn  Market,  Charles  Bitterman  propr,  765  East  Twelfth 

Brooklyn  Presbyterian  Church.  SW  cor  East  Fifteenth  and 
Twelfth  ave 

Brooklyn  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No  12,  Independent  Order 
Odd  Fellows,  meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East  Twelfth 

Brooklyn  Restaurant,  G  F  Calburg  propr,  cor  East  Eleventh  and 
Thirteenth  ave 

Brooklyn  Tannery,  G  F  Christ  &  Sons  proprs,  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  Twenty-third  ave 

Brooklyn  Tivoli,  Weiss  Maurice  propr,  SE  cor  East  Twelfth  and 
Sixteenth  ave 

Brooks  Alice  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynde 

Brooks  Alpheus  B,  refiner  Arctic  Oil  Works,  res  826  Magnolia 

Brooks  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1630  Union 

Brooks  E  Mrs,  res  359  Tenth 

Brooks  Emily  Miss,  with  Mrs  M  A  Thorn,  res  703  Twenty-eighth 

Brooks  F  E,  res  518  Fifteenth 

Brooks  Frank,  asst  deputy  city  clerk 

Brooks  Frank  H,  bookkeeper  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  560 
Thirty-fifth 

Brooks  Harry,  bookkeeper,  res  1266  Twelfth  ave 

Brooks  J  Mrs,  res  561  Eighth 

Brooks  J  H,  freight  and  ticket  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1313  Twelfth  ave 

Brooks  John,  propr  Artificial  Stone  Wrorks,  res  1162  Seventh 

Brooks  John  C,  photographer,  res  512  Ninth 

Brooks  Joseph  F,  master  mariner,  res  826  Magnolia 

Brooks  Lafayette  (Hayes  &  Co)  res  313  Twelfth  ave 

Brooks  Minnie  Mrs,  res  727  Chester 

Brooks  N  J  Mrs,  private  lodgings,  574  Thirteenth 

Brooks  P  H,  clerk  Oregon  Improvement  Association,  bds  The 
Centennial 

Brooks  Patrick  J,  waiter  Pacific  Restaurant,  469  Eleventh,  res 
1630  Union 

Brooks  Samuel,  res  1430  Twenty-third  ave 

Brooks  William,  machinist  Judson  &  Co,  res  518  Fifteenth 

Brooks  William  A,  druggist  Boericke  &  Schreck,  S  F,  574  Thir- 
teenth 

Brooks  W  E,  dentist,  1155  Broadway,  rms  16,  17  and  18,  res  558 
Nineteenth 

Brophy  Nicholas,  laborer,  res  2239  Peralta 

Brophy  Patrick  J,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  210  B 

Brophy  Stephen  A,  tinner  W  C  White,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 

Brose  Robert,  driver  Dr  Lane,  Lake  Shore  ave 

Brosnahan  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1401  Thirteenth 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Engineers,  Division  No  283,  meets  at 
1506  Seventh 


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Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Firemen,  meets  Odd  Fellows'  Hall    pr\  ■> 
second  and  fourth  Wednesdays  each  month  f^ 

Brouchoud  Joseph,  artist,  res  1415  Eleventh  ave  H 

.  Brough  M  A,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  1451  Seventh  M 

Brough  M  E  Mrs,  vestmaker,  res  355  Tenth  '-"'-  — 

Brougher  Frederick  C,  farmer,  res  378  East  Fifteenth 

Brougher  J  W,  res  378  East  Fifteentli 

Brower  Blanche  S  Miss,  res  1012  Seventh  ave 

B rower  Charles,  master  mariner,  res  1430  Tenth 

Brower  George  W,  printer  Bancroft  History  Co,  S  F,  res  1323 
Twelfth  ave 

Brower  Henry,  carpenter,  res  832  West 

Brower  J  N  Mrs,  teacher  Cole  School,  res  1430  Tenth 

Brower  R  Clinton  (Sears  &  Brower)  res  1430  Tenth 

Brower  Thomas  J,  merchant,  res  1012  Seventh  ave 

B rowers  Henry,  overseer  City  Park,  res  832  West 

Brown  — ,  hardware  salesman,  res  Lester  House 

Brown  A  B,  barber,  res  805  Brush 

Brown  Agnes  Mrs,  res  522  East  Fifteenth 

Brown  A  J  (Bodley  &  Brown)  res  1156  Broadway 

Brown  Alameda  Miss,  res  661  Ninth 

Brown  Albert  (Hamilton  &  Brown)  res  1387  Alice  ^ 

Brown  Albert  L,  engineer,  res  1276  Seventeenth  ave  l(l^ 

Brown  Alex,  blacksmith  California  Jute  Mills,  res  677  Third  '  \T|| 

Brown  Alfred,  sailor,  res  239  Louise,  Watts  Tract 

Brown  Andrew  J,  butcher,  res  1156  Broadway 

Brown  Anna  B  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  1659  Grove 

Brown  Anna  F  Miss,  student,  res  2053  Market 

Brown  Arthur,  supt  bridge  building  S  P  Co,  res  1031  Filbert 

Brown  Bell,  finisher,  res  670  East  Eleventh 

Brown  Bessie  Miss,  res  1320  Myrtle 

Brown  Brice,  expressman,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Chest- 
nut 

Brown  Carrie  T  Miss,  musician,  res  667  Eleventh 

Brown  Castora  M  Mrs,  res  1276  Seventeenth  ave 

Brown  Charles,  clerk  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  619  Nineteenth  ^M 

Brown  Charles,  tailor,  res  817  Chester  ***^i 

Brown  Conrad,  meter  maker  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co, 
res  Lorin 

Brown  Daisv  I,  res  974  Center 

Brown  David  A,  painter  and  grainer,  res  261  Second 

Brown  David  J,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1782  Atlantic 

BROWN  DUDLEY  C  (Brown  &  McKinnon)  and  councilman  Third 
Ward,  res  667  Eleventh 

Brown  D  W,  painter,  res  Birch  nr  Maple 

Brown  E  A,  wood  and  coal,  412  and  414  Ninth,  res  2429  Pied- 
mont ave 

Brown  Edgar  C,  employe  D  L  Beck,  S  F,  res  408  East  Twelfth 


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179 


Brown  E  C,  stoker  Engine  No  2,  Oakland   Fire  Department,  res 

468  Sixth 
Brown  Edmund,  farmer,  res  1267  Brush 
Brown  Eletta  Miss,  res  1209  Clay 
Brown  Eliza  P  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  962  Clay 
Brown  Ella  O  Miss,  res  667  Eleventh 
Brown  Elmer,  livery  stable,  res  614  Seventeenth 
Brown  Eloise  Miss,  res  661  Ninth 
Brown  Emma  G,  glovemaker,  res  562  Ninth 
BROWN  E  S>  receiver  Northwestern  Manufacturing  and  Car  Co, 

654  Washington,  res  Stillwater,  Minn 
Brown  Esther  M  Miss,  res  1276  Seventeenth  ave 
Brown  F  A,  contractor,  res  cor  East  Twenty-fifth  and  Thirteenth 

ave 
Brown  Francis,  carpenter,  res  Twenty-sixth  bet  Eleventh  and 

Twelfth,  East  Oakland 
Brown  Francis  A,  contractor  and  builder,  624  East  Twelfth 
Brown  Frank,  fruit  and  produce,  1454  Seventh 
Brown  Frank,  laborer,  res  1619  Sixteenth 
Brown  Frank,  painter,  res  517  Ninth 
Brown  Frank  R,  assayer,  res  2226  San  Pablo  ave 
Brown  Fred,  longshoreman,  res  cor  Forty -second  and  Telegraph  ave 
Brown  Flora  L  Mrs,  res  661  Ninth 
Brown  Florine  Miss,  res  1389  Jackson 
Brown  George,  captain  Transit,  res  950  Campbell' 
Brown  George  H  Sr,  laborer,  res  721  East  Thirty -fifth 
Brown  George  Henry,  laborer  Jute  Mills,  res  965  Third  ave 
Brown  George  O,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  967  Cypress 
Brown  Harriet  Mrs,  domestic,  1353  Tenth  ave 
Brown  Harry,  delivery  clerk  F  R  Stevenson  &  Co,  res  767  Grove 
Brown  Harry,  painter  J  W  Tucker  &  Son 

Brown  Harry,  painter  Merchant  &  Armstrong,  res  557  Nineteenth 
Brown  Harvey  S,  atty-at-law,  res  806  Thirteenth 
Brown  Harvey  Jr,  stenographer,  res  820  Seventeenth 
Brown  Hiram  P,  atty-at-law,  859  Broadway,  res  619  Nineteenth 
Brown  Horace,  cook,  res  1013  Seventh 
Brown  Horace  P,  mgr  Carlos  White  Printing  Co,  S  F,  res  661 

Ninth 
Brown  Howard  W,  clerk,  res  1564  Seventh 
Brown  H  P,  atty-at-law  and  publisher,  res  619  Nineteenth 
Brown  H  W, clerk  Commissary  Department,  S  F,  res  1408  Eleventh 
Brown  Indiana  Miss,  domestic,  res  1929  Union 
Brown  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  580  Thirty-fourth 
Brown  J  A,  packing  foreman  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail   Works,  res 

1465  Third 
Brown  James,  spinning  foreman  California  Jute  Mills,  res  1063 

Fourteenth  ave 
Brown  James,  carpenter,  res  Tenth 


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Brown  James,  teamster,  res  776  Seventh 

Brown  James,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  372  East  Eleventh 

Brown  James  A  (James  A  Brown  &  Co)  res  San  Rafael 

Brown  James  A  &  Co  (James  A  and  William  H  Brown)  livery 

stable,  510  Thirteenth 
Brown  James  P,  clerk  law  department  S  P   Co,  res  911   Market 
Brown  James  W,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1677  Fourteenth 
Brown  J  D,  Safe  Deposit  Bank,  S  F,  res  1073  Seventh  ave 
Brown  J  E,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  1756  Seventh 
Brown  Jennie  Mrs,  res  580  Thirty-fourth 
Brown  J  E  H,  salesman,  S  F,  re&  w  s  Telegraph  ave  bet  Fortieth 

and  Forty-first 
Brown  Jerry  R,  commission  clerk   Dalton  Bros,  S  F,  res  1462 

Twelfth 
Brown  J  H,  with  E  T  Bush,  res  East  Broadway  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth 
Brown  J  L,  asst  cashier  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Brown  J  Mannel,  blacksmith,  res  621  Hollis 
Brown  John,  res  738  East  Thirty-third 

Brown  John,  miner,  res  NW  cor  Shattuck  and  Mariposa  aves 
Brown  John,  laborer  Jute  Mills,  res  965  Third  ave 
Brown  John  A,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1465  Third 
Brown  John  C,  captain  Transit,  res  950  Campbell 
Brown  John  F,  res  738  East  Thirty -third 
Brown  John  J,  clerk  James  Tennant,  res  866  Peralta 
Brown  Joseph  Jr,  painter  J  W  Linds  y,  res  670  East  Eleventh 
Brown  Joseph  C,  miller  Golden  Rule  Flouring  Mills,  res  661  Third 
Brown  Joseph  W,  carpenter,  res  818  Willow 
Brown  Joseph  W,  painter  J  W  Lindsey,  res  670  East  Eleventh 
Brown  Julia,  domestic,  562  Thirteenth 
Brown  J  W,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  215  Ninth 
Brown  L  A  Mrs,  res  470  Edwards 
Brown  Leonard  D,  groceries,  res  1220  Castro 
Brown  Lewis  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Johnson  House 
Brown  L  J  Mrs,  tailoress  M  J  Keller,  res  Berkeley 
Brown  Louise  A  Mrs,  oroceries,  res  580  Third 
Brown  M,  res  1123  Filbert 

Brown  Manuel,  with  John  J  Gilligan,  res  670  Eleventh 
Brown  Manuel  E,  blacksmith,  621  Hollis 
Brown  Margaret  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Brown  Mary  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  965  Third  ave 
Brown  Mary  A  Miss,  res  cor  East  Twenty -fifth  and  Thirteenth  ave 
Brown  Mary  E  Miss,  shorthand  reporter  and  type  writer,  res  962 

Clay 
Brown  Matilda  Mrs,  res  2053  Market 
Brown  Matthew,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1200  Seventh 
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Brown  Michael,  wool  sorter   California  Hosiery  Co,  res  818  Clay 

Bvown  Morris,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  1782  Atlantic 

Brown  M  P,  bookkeeper,  415  Front,  S  F,  res  1120  West 

Brown  Nellie  P  Miss,  res  1782  Atlantic 

Brown  Orson  D,  patrolman,  res  1439  Filbert 

Brown  Patrick,  hostler  Ninth  Street  Stables 

Brown  P  B,  supt  Presbyterian   Mission   Sunday-school,  res   1712 

Telegraph  ave 
Brown  P  H,  barber,  1232  Broadway, 
Brown  Ralph,  commission  merchant,  res  1462  Twelfth 
Brown  Reuben,  ship  keeper  S  P  Co,  res  1864  William 
Brown  Robert,  carpenter,  res  1607  Myrtle 
Brown  Robert  H,  clerk  Bart  Morgan  &  Co,  res  806  Thirteenth 
Brown  Roland  G,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1389  Jackson 
Brown  Scott,  glove  cutter,  res  1524  Fifth 
Brown  Sarah  M  Mrs,  domestic,  1371  Eighth 
Brown  Spencer  C,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  470  Edwards 
Brown  Susan  Mrs,  washing  and  ironing,  res  1929  Union 
Brown  T  A,  photographer,  S  F,  res  20  Shotwell. 
Brown  T  D,  commercial  agt,  res  580  Thirty-fourth 
Brown  Thomas,  tailor,  res  168  Fifth 
Brown  Thomas  H,  lather,  res  1221  Kirkham 
Brown  Thomas  V,  blacksmith  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 

721  Linden 
Brown  Tillie  Miss,  res  2053  Market 
Brown  Victor,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Brown  Violet  M  Miss,  res  661  Ninth 
Brown  W  E,  restaurant,  1112  Broadway,  res  316  Tenth 
Brown  W  E,  driver  Ward  Bros,  res  475  Eleventh 
Brown  W  G,  res  1715  Seward 

Brown  W  H,  foreman  C  L  Taylor,  res  676  East  Thirty-second 
Brown  William,  carpenter,  res  1607  Myrtle 
Brown  William,  longshoreman,  res  560  Franklin 
Brown  William,  painter,  res  423  Second 

Brown  William  H  (James  A  Brown  &  Co)  res  San  Pablo  ave 
Brown  William  M,  physician  and   surgeon,  854i   Broadway,   res 

974  Center 
Brown  William  Z,  guard  San  Quentin,  res  814  Lewis 
Brown  W  L,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  126  Eleventh 
Brown  W  M,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1161  Fifth 
Browne  C  W,  insurance,  S  F,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 
Browne  Effie  Miss,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 
Browne  Eugene  A,  job  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  1591  Telegraph 

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Browne  Evelyn  H  Miss,  res  East  Twenty-eighth  nr  Nineteenth 

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Browne  Frederick  D,  civil  engineer,  res  East  Twenty-eighth  nr 

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Browne  Gus  E,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 

Browne  India  Mrs,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 

Browne  P  D,  notary  public  and 'conveyancer,  458   Ninth,  res  cor 

East  Twenty-eighth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Brownell  Abner  (Brownell  &  Eddings)  res  767  Seventeenth 
Brownell  Don  Carlos,  salesman,  S  F,  res  667  Fifteenth 
Brownell  &  Eddings  (Abner  Brownell  and  W  C  Eddings)  saloon, 

1251  San  Pablo  ave 
Brownell  Emily  A  V  Mrs,  physician,  res  1352  Harrison 
Brownell  H  M  (Brownell  &  West)  res  611  Fifteenth 
Bruce  Henry,  asst  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1309  Thirteenth 
Bruce  Henry,  shipwright,  res  1369  Eighth 
Bruce  John  M,  gardener  Dr  T  H  Pinkerton,  East  Twenty-seventh 

bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth  aves 
Bruce  John  R,  carpenter,  res  1653  Seventh 
Bruce  Katie  Miss,  res  1369  Eighth 
Bruce  Maxwell  M,  salesman,  res  Arlington  House 
Bruce  Samuel  J,  agt  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  1462  Curtis 
Bruce  W  D,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1008  Pine 
Bruco  W  H,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 
Bruder  John,  gardener,  res  941  Filbert 
Bruder  John,  gardener,  res  942  Linden 
BRUECK  WILLIAM  A,  homeopathic  pharmacy,  956  Broadway, 

res  704  Nineteenth 
Bruenn  A,  physician,  res  563  Tenth 

Bruenn  Adolph,  mfr  pianos  and  dealer  music  and  musical  instru- 
ments, 1073  Broadway,  res  563  Tenth 
Bruenn  Henry  H,  music  teacher,  res  563  Tenth 
Bruenn's  Piano  Factory,  Adolph  Bruenn  propr,  1425  and  1427 

Broadway 
Bruguiere  John  G,  cigars  and  tobacco,   1174  Broadway,   res  306 

Fourteenth 
Bruguiere  L  G  Mrs,  res  306  Fourteenth 
Bruhns  Julius  H,  foreman  Hart  &  Brandenstein,  S  F,   res   983 

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Bruml  Rachel  Mrs,  res  325  Ninth 
Brumsey  J  A,  insurance,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Brun  Martin,  bartender  F  Leonhard,  res  cor  Second  and  Broadway 
Brundage  Catherine  Mrs,  res  640  Twelfth 

Brunelle  Onesime,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co,  bds  560  Second 
Bruning  Bros  (John  H  and  Henry  F)  confectioners,  483  Seventh 
Bruning1  Henry  F  (Bruning  Bros)  res  864  Henry 
Bruning  John  H  (Bruning  Bros)  res  832  Franklin 
Brunje  John  A  (Helmke  &  Brunje)  res  SW  cor  Twenty-third  and 

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BRUNJES  FREDERICK,  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  701  and  703 

East  Twelfth,  res  768  East  Fourteenth 
Brunjes  Frederick  Jr,  clerk  F   Brunjes,  res  768  East  Fourteenth 


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Brunker  Alice,  finisher  Cal  Hosiery  Co,  res  1354  Thirteenth  ave 
Brunker  Frederick  E,  stair  builder  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills, 

res  1354  Twelfth  ave 
Brunker  Sarah,  finisher  Cal  Hosiery  Co,  res  1354  Twelfth  ave 
Bruno  Jacko,  quarryman.  res  Temescal 
Bruno  Jacob,  res  First  ave  nr  Humboldt  ave 
Bruno  Jose,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
Bruns  J  C  C,  bookkeeper,  res  1113  Adeline 
Brunson  Horace  W,  watchman  and   fireman  California  Hosier}7 

Co,  res  570  Sixteenth 
Brunson  Rose,  res  1625  Telegraph  ave 

Brunswick  (The),  A  Ross  propr,  NW  cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Bruntsch  Charles  C  G,  custom  house  broker,  res  464  East  Twelfth 
Bruse  James  A,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Brusie  James,  capitalist,  res  570  Thirteenth 
Brusie  Lulu  M  Miss,  res  570  Thirteenth 
Bruso  &  Townsend,  painters.  691  East  Twelfth 
Brustgrun  Frederick,  res  2034  Broadway 
Bry  Frederick,  bartender,  res  1610  William 
Bryan  A  C,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch,  res  220  Hollis 
Bryan  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1401  Twelfth 
Bryan  Lela  M,  res  680  Eighteenth 
Bryan  Lizzie  M,  res  680  Eighteenth 
Bryan  M  A  Mrs,  res  1360  Webster 
Bryan  M  J  Mrs,  res  680  Eighteenth 

Bryant  Charles,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Bryant  E  F,  carpenter,  res  960  Clay 
Bryant  E  L,  pooof- reader,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Bryant  George,  janitor  Franklin  School,  res  1263  Twelfth  ave 
Bryant  Henry,  employe  Low  &  Co,  res  1736  Linden 
Bryant  Louise  Miss,  type  writer  and  proof-reader  Tribune,  res 

1019  Brush 
Bryant  Samuel  A,  painter,  res  1464  Seventh 
Brvant  William  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  985  Pine 
Bryden  Arthur  A,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  975  East 

Fourteenth 
Bryden  S  W,  printer  Evening  Tribune,  res  975  East  Fourteenth 
Brydges  Ada,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 
Brydges  H  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  454  East  Eleventh 
Bryne  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1401  Twelfth 
Buchanan  Alex,  engine  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  555  Caledonia  ave 
Buchanan  James,  gardener,  res  1929  Telegraph  ave 
Bucher  William  E,  brickmaker,  res  718  Castro 
Buchese  Ernest,  bookkeeper    Brooklyn    Brewery,  res    869    East 

Fourteenth 
Buchman  H,  junk  dealer,  res  219  Second 
Buck  C  P  H,  insurance  agfc,  res  545  Thirty-sixth 
Buck  Herbert,  res  628  Fourteenth 


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Buck  Horn  Saloon,  Schular  &  Halath  proprs,  SW  cor  Telegraph 
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Buckbee  Martin,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  217  Helen 

Buck  el  0  Annette,  physician,  res  952  Fourteenth 

Buckelew  A  Miss,  res  700  Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1103*   Broadway,  rms  14,  15  and 
16 

Buckelew  Amanda  Miss,  res  700  Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew  J  B  Mrs,  res  700  Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew  Lillie  C  Miss,  res  700  Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew  Mary  F    Miss,  teacher   Cole  School,  res  700  Thirty- 
fourth 

Buckelew  Minnie  E  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  700  Thirty- 
fourth 

Buckhard  Adolph,  butcher  William  Long,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 

Buckhout  Adna  H,  hot  air  grates,  res  606  Sixteenth 

BUCKINGHAM  L  MRS,  employment  office,  res  510  Fifteenth 

Buckingham  Robert  H,  res  510  Fifteenth 

Buckley  A  D,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  821  Filbert 

Buckley  C  K,  capitalist,  bds  Ross  House 

Buckley  Cornelius,  lumberman  E  B  Dean  &  Co,  res  702  Brush 

Buckley  Daniel,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Buckley  Edward  D,  employe  S  P  R  R,  res  821  Filbert 

Buckley  Frank  E,  clerk,  res  1152  Broadway 

Buckley  Horace  F,  farmer,  res  1168  Eighth  ave 

Buckley  J  L,  res  Union  Hotel 

Buckley  John  L  (Lewis  &  Co,  S  F)  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College 
ave,  Temescal 

Buckley  Joseph  H,  carpenter,  w  s  Lusk  cor  Forty-second 

Buckley  Juliet  Mrs,  res  NE  cor  Third  and  Brush 

Buckley  Milton,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1060  Poplar 

Buckley  Philip,  quarry  man  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co 

Buckman  Annie  Mrs,  nurse,  res  980  Fifth  ave 

Buckna  Mary  Mrs,  res  625  Tenth 

Bucovich  Abraham,  junk  dealer,  res  725  Alice 

Bucovich  Gustie  Miss,  res  725  Alice 

Bucovich  Henry,  cigar  maker  H  Robinson,  res  725  Alice 

Budde  Mamie  Miss,  res  717  Fourth 

Budde  Theodore  F  E,  second  officer  steamer  Alameda,  res  714 
Fourth 

Buddington  Ellen  Mrs,  res  963  Chester 

Budrovich  N,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 

Buel  Emma  W  Miss,  res  363  East  Twelfth 

Buel  E  L  Miss,  art  embroidery,  1014  Broadway,  rms  22  and  23 

Buel  F  Mrs,  res  363  East  Twelfth 

Buel  Rosa  M  Miss,  bookkeeper  Truckee  Lumber  Co,  S  F,  res  363 
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BUFFETT   CHARLES  C,  proprietor  San  Pablo  Avenue  Carriage 
Factory,  13(52  San  Pablo  ave,  res  2156  Chestnut 


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Burlington  J  M,  mining  sec,  S  F,  res  963  Oak 

Buffington  William  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1020  Chester 

Bugbee  Sumner  W,  architect,  S  F,  res  Hotel  Merritt 

Biihn  Amelia,  domestic,  res  1018  Peralta 

Buhner  Albert  Lieut,  U  S  Revenue  Marines,  res  969  Kirkham 

Buhsen  Dedrich,  capitalist,  res  1802  William 

Buhsen  J  D,  res  1802  William 

Buhsen  House,  N  D  Buhsen  propr,  1803  Seventh 

Buhsen  Nicholas  D,  groceries  and  liquors,  1801  Seventh,  res  1803 
Seventh 

Bulin  Charles,  bench  hand  Ingler  &  Atkinson,  res  920  Twenty- 
fourth 

Bulkley  Katie  A  Mrs,  teacher  Field  Seminary,  res  1060  Poplar 

Bulkley  Milton,  clerk,  res  1060  Poplar 

Bull. George  M,  compositor  Enquirer,  res  1654  Nineteenth  ave 

Bull  Mary  D  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  658  Eighth 

Bullen  A  M  Mrs,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Bullen  H  S,  clerk  J  Dillon,  res  1367  Broadway 

Bullerdieck  A  Mrs,  res  866  Peralta 

Bullock  B,  res  511  Twenty-fourth 

Bullock  Ella  L,  res  970  Market 

Bullock  Harry,  plumber  J  C  Bullock,  res  1626  Twelfth 

Bullock  Harry  C,  tinsmith,  res  816  Cedar 

Bullock  H  E,  mgr  Pioneer  Excursion  Co  of  California,  950 
Broadway,  res  970  Market 

Bullock  J  C,  tinning,  plumbing  and  gasfltting,  1706  Seventh, 
res  1626  Twelfth 

Bullock  Margaret  M,  res  970  Market 

Bullock  William,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Bullus  J  J,  merchant,  res  1423  Twelfth  ave 


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£2  +»  a    Bunker  George  H,  restaurant,  res  714  Chester 

^.jj"    Bunker  Mary  Miss,  res  582  East  Twelth 

£3  3  tf    Bunker  William  Mrs,  res  122C  Harrison 

g  *  M    Bunnell  Edwin  F,  dentist,  S  F,  res  1955  Telegraph  ave 

Bunnell    George   Woodbury,  professor  Greek,   State  University, 

H9  ^P*  res  1^55  Telegraph  ave 

Bunner  Elizabeth  C  Miss,  teacher  South  Cosmopolitan  School, 

S  F,  res  961  Third  ave 
Bunner  John  C  Capt,  res  961  Third  ave 
Burbank  Carrie  G  Miss,  res  1872  Telegraph  ave 
Burbank  C  F  Mrs,  res  763  Eighth 
Burbank  Harriet  S  Mrs,  res  1372  Telegraph  ave 
Burbank  L  D  Mrs,  res  1372  Telegraph  ave 
Burbank  Mary  F  Miss,  res  763  Eighth 
Burbank  S  F,  clerk  M  T  Dusinbury,  res  763  Eighth 
Burbank  William  F,  asst  editor  Enquirer,  res  763  Eighth 
Bur  beck  George,  teller  First  National  Bank,  res  1259  West 
Burchard  L  S,  physician,  1103J  Broadway,  rms  6  and  7,  res  678 

Fourteenth 
Burckhalter    Charles,    asst   Chabot   Observatory  and    insurance 

surveyor,  res  962  Chester 
Burckhalter  H  T,  agt  groceries  City  Market,  stalls  1-7,  res  1414 

Tenth 
Burckhelder  Henry  T,  clerk  Phelan  &  Fish,  res  1414  Tenth 
Burdett  — ,  res  cor  East  Thirty-second  and  Union 
Burdett  Charles,  shoemaker,  1155  East  Fourteenth,  res  Linn 
Burdick  Arthur  W,  student,  res  1409  Grove 
Burdick  Chris,  clerk  Oakland  Ice  Works,  res  1229  Webster 
Burdick  Dessie,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  Alameda 
Burdick  George  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1105  Jackson 
BURDICK  J  C  (Hamilton  &  Co)  res  1059  Clay 
Burdick  J  F  Mrs,  res  1014  Broadway 

Burdick  M  E  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty- 
eighth,  Temescal 
Burdick  Sarah  C  Mrs,  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 
Burdick  S  Powell,  physician,  res  1409  Grove 
BURGANS  CHARLES   E,  proprietor  Oakland  Gun  Store,  guns, 

fishing  tackle  and  sporting  materials,  517  Seventh 
Burge  Frank  J,  stock  broker,  468  Ninth,  res  1120  Washington 
Burge    J  A  Mrs,  principal    Porter  School,  Alameda,   res  1120 

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Burge  John,  builder,  1220  Broadway,  res  1437  San  Pablo  ave 
BURGELIN  LOUIS,  meat  market,  1110  Market,  res  same 
Burger  N,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  138  Lewis 
Burgess  H  A  Mrs,  res  819  Center 


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Burgh  Sina,  domestic,  1266  Grove 

Burgoa  William,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Burk  F  L,  reporter  Tribune,  res  S  F 

Burke  Agnes  Miss,  res  1612  Telegraph  ave 

Burke  Annie  Miss,  saleslady  F  W  Parker,  res  Weldon  House 

Burke  Bernard,  laborer,  res  688  Twenty -seventh 

Burke  Bessie  Miss,  res  1612  Telegraph  ave 

Burke  George,  res  270  East  Seventeenth 

Burke  H  Mrs,  res  1612  Telegraph  ave 

Burke  H  L  Mrs,  res  2018  Telegraph  ave 

Burke  James,  with  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  1832  Grove 

Burke  James,  machinist,  res  Talcott's  Dairy 

Burke  John  K,  res  475  Twenty-fifth 

Burke  Mary  Miss,  cook,  res  128  Tenth 

Burke  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  698  Thirty-fifth 

Burke  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Shell  Mound 

Burke  Michael,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Fifth 
Powell 

Burke  Nellie  F,  res  1020  Chestnut 

Burke  Thomas,  gardener  A  Chabot,  res  1832  Grove 

Burke  Thomas  Jr,  plumber,  res  1832  Grove 

Burke  William,  car  builder  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  S  F 

Burke  William,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  822  Magnolia 

Burkhard  Adolph,  butcher  William  Long,  res  1763  Seventh 

Burkhardt  Carrie  Miss,  res  669  Seventh 

Burkhardt  Robert  W  Mrs,  res  Moss  ave  nr  Ruby,  Temescal 

Burkowich  Burk,  clerk,  cor  Fourth  and  Webster 

Burleigh  G  W,  physician,  S  F,  res  778  Eleventh 

Burleigh  Jonathan  M,  res  654  Fifth 

Burley  Edward,  milkman,  res  672  East  Thirty -fourth 
i  Burley  Effie  Miss,  dressmaker  M  Milliken,  res  672  East  Thirty- 
fourth 
!  Burley  Florence  Miss,  res  672  East  Thirty-fourth 

Burmeister  Emma,  domestic,  res  1160  Eighth 

Burn  Lina,  domestic,  1020  Fourteenth 

Burner  H  B,  purser,  res  SW  cor  Myrtle  and  Eighteenth 

Burnett  Frank,  paper  hanger  C  L  Taylor,  res  523  Eighth 

Burnett  H,  compositor  Enquirer,  res  cor  Eleventh  and  Washing- 
ton 

Burnett  Mina  Miss,  res  1106  East  Twenty-first 

Burnett  S  A,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1106  East  Twenty-first 

Bnrnett  Thomas,  gardener,  1267  Sixteenth  ave 

BURNETTE  DENTAL  CO  (Levy  Wood  and  W  C   Barnes)  E  T 
Burnette  manager,  100 4  Broadway 

BURNETTE  E  T>  manager  Burnette  Dental  Co,  1004  Broadway, 
res  Hay  wards 

Burnham  A  M,  detective,  res  1364  Eleventh 

Burnham  Charles  F,  capitalist,  res  1705  Broadway 


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Burnham  John  H,  clerk  H  M  Collins,  res  1823  Short 

Burnham  Lee  C,  policy  writer  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res 

1017  Madison 
Burnham   M   C,  clerk   Oakland   Home   Insurance   Co,  res  1077 

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BURNHAM,  STANDEFORD  4C0(OH   Burnham,  D  W  Stan-    — 

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Burns  C  E,  clerk,  res  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
Burns  Charles  E,  musician,  res  75  Valley 
Burns  Charles  F,  res  Fairmont  House 
Burns  Delia  Mrs,  res  2027  West 
Burns  Delitha  Mrs,  res  652  Clay 
Burns  Emma,  dressmaker,  res  728  Linden 
Burns  Frank  N,  clerk  J  R  Burns,  res  75  Valley 
Burns  G  A,  clerk  George  H  Tay,  res  Twelfth  bet  Folsom  and 

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Burns  George,  shoemaker  John  Magee,  res  728  Linden 
Burns  Grace  Mrs,  res  958  Willow 
Burns  G  W  Miss,  res  1312  Grove 
Burns  H,  draughtsman,  res  Webster  Hotel 
Burns  Harry  G,  with  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F,  res  958  Willo  w 
Burns  Hillory  R,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  220  Fifth 
Burns  H  Randolph,  nurse,  res  220  Fifth 
Burns  John  McKay,  laborer  S  P  R  R  Co,  res  1722  Chase 
Burns  Margaret  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1748  Filbert 
Burns  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  728  Linden 
Burns  Mary  Mrs,  cook,  res  723  Myrtle 
Burns  Michael,  laborer,  res  421  B 
Burns  Sarah  Mrs,  res  728  Linden 
Burns  Thomas,  physician,  res  1220  Castro 
Burns  Thomas,  laborer,  res  120  Helen 
BURNS  THOMAS  R,  news  and  stationery  stands,  NW  cor  Ninth 

and  Broadway  and  455  Seventh,  res  75  Valley 
Burns  William,  printer,  res  728  Linden 
Burns  William  H,  capitalist,  res  1258  Webster     . 
Burns  William  J,  compositor,  res  East  Fifteenth  bet  Sixteenth  and 

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Burns  W  S,  res  1258  Webster 

Burnton  C,  foreman  binder  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  Alameda 
Burpee  Joseph  S,  builder,  res  1412  Castro 

Burpee  Lester  G,  bookkeeper  First  National  Bank,  res  756  Six- 
teenth 
Burr  G  W,  painter,  res  698  Twenty-fifth 
Burr  George  W,  salesman  F  Kings,  res  1062  Broadway 
Burr  Henry  P,  sea  captain,  res  1125  Willow 
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Burrall  Jessie  E  Miss,  teacher,  res  614  Sixteenth 
Burrall  Lucia  M  Miss,  type  writer  and  stenographer,  res  614  Six- 
teenth 
Burrall  Millie  L  Miss,  artist,  res  614  Sixteenth 
BURRALL  WILL   H>  notary  public,  real  estate  and  loan  agent, 

466  Ninth,  res  614  Sixteenth 
Burrell  Albert  W  (Burrell  &  Frantz)  res  318  Third 
Burrell  Alfred  W,  pres  California  Bridge  Co,  S  F,  res  2214  Tele 

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estate,  476  Eighth 
Burrell  H  H,  supt  California  Bridge  Co,.S  F,  res  546  Thirty-fifth 
Burrell  P  T  Mrs,  res  1358  West 
Burrell  Walter  J,  clerk  S  P  Co,  Erie  Block,  rm  10 
Burritt  Alice  Mrs,  physician,  1068  Broadway,  rms  12  and  14,  res 

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Burroughs  A,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Burroughs  Charles,  merchant,  Forbestown,  res  825  Fifteenth 
Burroughs  David,  res  825  Fifteenth 
Burrowes  Alice  J  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynde 
Burrows  David,  trimmer  Greenhood  &  Moran,  res  1019  Broadway 
Burrows  Myrtie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1014  Broadway 
Burson  Adelia  A  Mrs,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Burt  Fred  L,  carpenter,  res  1029  Willow 
Burt  F  L,  dentist  S  P  Tate,  res  1029  Willow 
Burt  James,  merchant,  res  1029  Willow 
BURTCHAELL  &  CROWLEY  (George  T  Burtchaell  and   Daniel 

Crowley)  plumbers,  gas,  and  steam  and  hot  water  heating, 

1243  Broadway 
Burtchaell  G  T  (Burtchaell  &  Crowley)  res  Broadway  nr  Moss 

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Burton  Ett,  res  Union  Hotel 
Burton  Harriet  Mrs,  res  1511   Brush 
Burviz  Maria  S,  res  213  Haven 
Busby   Emma  Miss,  glovemaker  Busby's  Glove  Store,   S  F,  res 

1055  Campbell 
Busby  Fred  H,  glovemaker.  S  F,  res  1112  Nineteenth 
Busby  Lizzie  Miss,  glovemaker  Busby's  Glove  Store,  S  F,  res  1055 

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Busby  Mary  Miss,  res  1055  Campbell 
Busby  Michael,  glove  cutter  Busby's  Glove  Store,  S  F,  res  1055 

Campbell 
Busby  Minnie  Miss,  foreman  Busby's  Glove  Store,  S  F,  res  1055 

Campbell 
Bush  A  McC  Mrs,  res  1439  Market 

Bush  Edward  T,  butcher,  1223  New   Broadway,  res  559  Seven- 
teenth 
Bush  Edwin  D,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  320  Durant 


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Bush  H  C,  agt  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Fast  Freight  Line,  S  F,  res 

1126  Myrtle 
Bush  Henry,  deck  hand  S  P  Co's  boat,  res  200  Second 
Bush  Josephine  Y  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  814  Myrtle 
Bushell  Edward  A,  sign  painter,  474  Twelfth,  res  462  Twelfth 
BUSHELL   HOUSE,  Mrs  W  Sharpe  proprietor,  462  Twelfth 
Bussey  Martin,  carriage  washer  Fashion  Stables,  res  919  Jefferson 
Buster  Eugene,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Busvek  Emma  Mrs,  res  1512  Ninth 
Buswell  A  T,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Planing  Mills,    res    Market 

Street  Block,  cor  Seventh  and  Market 
Buswell  D  R  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  ave  and  Twentieth 
BUSWELL  E  G>  paints,  oils  and  glass,  wholesale  and  retail,  712- 

716  Broadway,  res  1414  Sixth  ave 
Buswell  M  L  Mrs,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  ave  and  Twentieth 
Butcher  Bertha  Miss,  student,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Butcher  Frank,  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 
Butcher  Mary,  res  614  Fourth 

Buteau  Frank,  salesman  W  A  Rouse  &  Co,  res  476  Eleventh 
Buteau  Frank  H,  clerk,  res  527  Jones 
Butler  Alice  Miss,  hairdresser,  res  52  Valley 
Butler  Bros  Knife  Co,  res  1126  Linden 
Butler  C  C  Mrs,  res  600  Seventeenth 
Butler  Cecilia,  domestic,  1218  Oak 
Butler  Charles  H  (Smith  &  Butler)  res  533  Eighteenth 
Butler  Charles  M,  miner,  res  558  East  Eleventh 
Butler  C  M,  res  1670  San  Pablo  ave 
Butler  Ellen  Mrs,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  Fay  M,  solicitor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  958  Grove 
Butler  Felix  W,  carpenter,  res  808  Jefferson 
Butler  Flora  Miss,  hosiery  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res 

718  Seventh 
Butler  Florence  Miss,  res  1670  San  Pablo  ave 
Butler  Floyd,  clerk  S  F  Mint,  res  52  Valley 
Butler  Frank  Mrs,  res  1670  San  Pablo  ave 
Butler  Fred  K,  station  agt  S  P  R  R,  res  558  East  Eleventh 
Butler  James,  saloon,  SW  cor  Fourth  and  Broadway 
Butler  J  H,  watchman,  S  F,  res  753  Castro 
Butler  John,  steward  Blake  House 
Butler  John,  nurse,  res  52  Valley 
Butler  John  H,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Brush 
Butler  Josephine  Miss,  res  313  Fourth 
Butler  Mabel  Miss,  res  1670  San  Pablo  ave 
Butler  Marguerite,  domestic,  1387  Alice 
Butler  Mary  Mrs.  res  770  Twenty- second 
Butler  Maud  C  Miss,  agt  S  P  Co,  Brooklyn  Station,  res  558  East 

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Butler  M  D,  mining  operator,  res  558  East  Eleventh 


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Butler  Nellie  Miss,  bookkeeper  Butler's  Cooper  Shop,  res  313 
Fourth 

Butler  P,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 

Butler  Patrick,  laborer,  res  920  Kirkham 

BUTLER  PATRICK  T>  cooperage,  652  and  654  Broadway,  res 
313  Fourth 

Butler  Pauline  Miss,  tailoress,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  William,  carriage  washer  William  Owens,  res  SE  cor 
Twelfth  and  Clay 

Butler  William,  steward  steamer  Onward,  res  52  Valley 

Butson  William  H,  carpenter,  res  1321  Ninth  ave 

Butt  Peter,  groceries,  2216  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

Butterfield  Carrie  Miss,  res  216  Fifth 

Butterfield  R,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  216 
Fifth 

Buttlar  Charles  J  R,  sec  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  S  F.  res 
.  1468  Twelfth 

Buttler  Florence,  res  564  Fourteenth 

Buttler  H  W,  carpenter,  res  806  Jefferson 

Buttler  J  H,  laborer,  res  753  Castro 

Buttler  Mary,  domestic,  104  East  Fifteenth 

BUTTON  FRED  L,attorney-at-law  and  notary  public,  969  Broad- 
way, rm  34,  res  815  Myrtle 

Button  Orando,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch,  res  670  Second 

Buyce  W,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  East  Oakland,  res  567 
Sixth 

Buzier  Nick,  cook  Kosta  &  Co,  res  473  Seventh 

Buzior  Nic,  pantryman  Louisville  Restaurant,  res  831  Franklin 

Buzzine  Gerterdo,  starcher  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Buzzini  Bossilo,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Byington  Fred  F,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  663  Nineteenth 

Byington  J  S  Col,  insurance  mgr,  res  709  Tenth 

Byington  Samuel,  bartender  H  Inwall,  res  818  Clay 

Byington  Teresa,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  663  Nineteenth 

Byler  Alexander,  with  John  Knierim,  res  1361  Eleventh 

Byler  Tyre  A,  engineer,  res  1361  Eleventh 

Bynes  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Kirkham 

Bynum  T  B  Mrs,  res  716  Filbert 

Byrn  P  B  Mrs,  res  cor  East  Twenty-seventh  and  Central  ave 

Byrne  Eliza,  res  120  Helen 

Byrne  John  E,  barkeeper,  res  825  Adeline 

Byrne  John  J,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  824  Kirkham 

Byrnes  Mary  Mrs,  res  723  Myrtle 

Byrns  John  B,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  728  Lewis 

Byron  Marian  Miss,  res  480  Edwards 

Byxbee  John  F,  commission  dealer  lumber,  res  810  East  Fif- 
teenth, East  Oakland 

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Cabecias  William,  plumber  J  C  Bullock,  re«  Magnolia 

Cable  Samuel,    blacksmith  Juclson  Manufacturing    Co,    res   461 

Twenty-second 
Cable  Samuel,  miner,  res  461  Twenty-seeond 
Cabralta  Pedro,  laborer,  res  1015  East  Twenty-second 
Cabrill  Anton,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Cabrill  Jesse,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Cabrolle  Manuel,  yardman  CPRR,  res  1518  Third 
Caccia  A,  bottling  beer  depot,  cor  Broadway  and  Twenty-fifth 
Cachel  John,  grocer,  SE  cor  Goss  and  Pine 
Cadagan  P  J,  stock  broker,  S  F,  bds  579  Sixteenth 
Cade  W  H,  barkeeper  Edwin  H  Campbell,  res  1054  Broadway 
Cadman  Charles  K,  plumber,  S  F,  res  1663  Eleventh  ave 
Cadman  J  O,  insurance,  S  F,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Cadogan  James  J,  bookkeeper  M  Ward  &  Co,  S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  John  H,  clerk  Reddington  &  Co,  S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Lawrence  F,  correspondent  First  National  Bank,  S   F, 

res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Patrick  A,  bank  clerk,  S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  William,  laborer,  res  1414  Eighth  ave 
Cadoza  Antone,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  foot  of  Center 
Cadwell  Annie  Mrs,  res  610  East  Sixteenth 
Cady  Mary  E  Mrs,  employment  office,  525  Eighth 
Cady  William  J,  butcher,  res  525  Eighth 
Caffey  James  Mrs,  res  1011  Franklin 

Caflisch  Leonard,  employe  Thompson's  Bakery,  res  2261   Market 
Cahen  August,  florist,  res  1627  Nineteenth  ave 
Cahil  Peter,  gardener,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont 
Cahill  B  Mrs,  res  663  Ninth 
Cahill  Carrie  A,  res  663  Ninth 
Cahill  Ed,  plumber,  res  1862  West 
Cahill  Edward  F,  city  editor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  616  East 

Twenty-second 
Cahill  Edw  S,  editor  Tribune,  res  1368  Tenth 
Cahill  Emett,  painter,  res  517  Ninth 
CAHILL  JAMES  (McGovern  &  Cahill)  1060  Broadway,  res  1613 

Myrtle 
Cahill  John,  plumber,  res  1862  West 

Cahill  John  J,  painter  John  L  Cahill,  S  F,  res  862  Twentieth 
Cahill  Joseph  R,  paper  hanger,  res  707  Brush 
Cahill  Maggie  A  Mrs,  fancy  goods,  1215  Broadway 
Cahill  Maggie  J  Miss,  res  663  Ninth 
Cahill  Patrick,  foreman  elevator  works,  S  F,   res  n  s  Sutter  nr 

San  Pablo  ave 
Cahill  Patrick,  laborer,  res  961  Third 
Cahill  William  H,  painter,  res  1215  Broadway 


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193 


Cahn  August,  res  1627  Nineteenth  ave 

Cahn  Henry  (S  Calm  &  Son)  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Franklin 

Cahn  Maier  A,  pres  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  res  762  Ninth 

Cahn  Samuel  (S  Cahn  &  Son)  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Washington,  res 
870  Franklin 

Cahn  S  &  Son  (Samuel  Cahn  and  Heniy  Cahn)  cigars  and 
tobacco,  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 

Caig  David,  mill  hand  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  1435 
Myrtle 

Cain  Patrick,  dairyman,  res  708  Twenty-seventh 

Cain  William,  waiter  California  Restaurant,  res  809  Franklin 

Caine  E  P,  clerk  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res  1359  Brush 

Caine  James  E,  carpenter,  res  1359  Brush 

Caire  A  Miss,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison 

Caire  A  J,  sec  Santa  Cruz  Island  Cor,  S  F,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and 
Harrison 

Caire  D  Miss,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison 

Caire  Fred  F,  clerk  J  Caire,  S  F,  resNE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison 

Caire  H  Miss,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison 

Caire  Justinian,  hardware,  S  F,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Harrison 

Cairns  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  932  Fourteenth 

Cajazza  John,  laborer,  res  s  s  Forty -seventh  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Calahan  Cornelius,  clerk  Wm  Walsh,  res  cor  Seventeenth  and 
Peralta 

Calberg  G  F,  propr  Brooklyn  Restaurant,  res  1116  Ninth  ave 

Calden  P,  res  Union  Hotel 

Calderwood  David,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1811  Short 

Calderwood  M  Mrs,  res  1811  Short 

Caldwell  Bert,  student,  res  378  East  Fifteenth 

Caldwell  Charles  B,  foundryman  Pacific  Press,  res  413  Ninth 

Caldwell  Charles  W,  carpenter,  res  1080  East  Twentieth 

Caldwell  Frank  C,  real  estate,  855  Broadway,  res  465  Thirteenth 

Caldwell  John  C,  carpenter,  res  710  Nineteenth 

Caldwell  Louis,  clerk  Torrey,  Whitman  &  Gardner,  res  465  Thir- 
teenth 

Caldwell  William  A,  letter  carrier,  res  465  Thirteenth 

Caledonian  Cleaning  and  D}dng  Works,  Alexander  McGeoch 
propr,  1324  Telegraph  ave 

Calen  Anna,  domestic,  cor  Eighth  ave  and  East  Twenty-fourth 

Calfisch  Leonard,  baker,  res  2071  Market 

California  Bank,  1006  Broadway 

CALIFORNIA  COLLEGE  (Baptist)  Samuel  B  Morse,  D  D,  presi- 
dent, Rev  J  Herndon  Garnett  secretary,  Highland  Park, 
East  Oakland  (see  adv) 

California  Cotton  Mills,  S  W  Beaver  pres,  J  Y  Millar  sec,  Wm 
Rutherford  supt,  nr  Park  Street  Station,  East  Oakland 

CALIFORNIA  DOOR  CO  (Charles  F  Doe  and  F  P  Merguire) 
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California  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint  Co,  W  H  Lowden  pres 
and  sec,  Samuel  Lowden  supt,  555  Broadway 

California  Hosiery  Co,  Thomas  Crellin  pres,  John  Williams  sec 
and  mgr,  SE  cor  Jefferson  and  Second 

California  Jute  Mill  Co,  John  Robertson  supt,  Third  ave  bet  East 
Tenth  and  East  Eleventh 

CALIFORNIA  LAND  AND  IMPROVEMENT  CO  Ezra  Barrett 

manager,  457  Tenth 
California  Lodge,  No  2,  O  D  H  S,  Henry  Langholz  pres,  H  Krake 

vice-pres,  C  Blessing  sec,  David  Vogt  treas,  meets  at  Ger mania 

Hall  every  Thursday  evening- 
California   Military   Academy,  Col  W  H  O'Brien  principal,   cor 

Telegraph  and  Prospect  aves 
California  Nursery  Co,  George  Cary  agt,  954  Broadwav 

CALIFORNIA  POTTERY  AND   TERRA  COTTA  CO,  Serrill 

Winsor  proprietor,  1172  and  1174  Broadway 
CALIFORNIA   RESTAURANT,  Hallahan   Bros   proprietors,  854 

Broadway 
California  Rose  Co,  Vernon  Heights 

California  Tea  Co,  Lorenzo  Lorenzen  propr,  1307  San  Pablo  ave 
CALIFORNIA   WINE   DEPOT,  J  C   Sullivan   &  Co  proprietors, 

472  Twelfth 
Calistoga  Poultry  Yard,  J  McFarling  &  Co  mgrs,  N  W  cor  Twelfth 

and  Filbert 
Calkin  Evelyn  Mrs,  res  1054  Eighteenth 
Calkin  Everell  F,  solicitor,  S  F,  res  1737  Myrtle 
Calkins  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Calkins  Jennie  Miss,  domestic,  463  Twenty-sixth 
Callagan  Ed,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  138  William 
Cailaghan  Ellen,  domestic,  1405  Alice 
CALL  AG  HAN    J*   real   estate    and   insurance  agent   and  notary 

public,  506  Seventh,  res  817J  Seventh 
Cailaghan  Jennie  Miss,  res  317  Sixth 
Cailaghan  Jeremiah,  real  estate,  insurance  and  notary  public,  506 

Seventh,  res  317  Sixth 
Cailaghan  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  368  Tenth 
Cailaghan  John  W,  carpenter,  res  873  Twenty-sixth 
Cailaghan  Joseph  L,  bookkeeper  L  Jaffe,  and  mgr  Fifth  Infan- 
try Regiment  Band,  317  Sixth 
Cailaghan  M,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  S  F 
Cailaghan  Martin,  laborer,  res  1612  Magnolia 
Cailaghan  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  408  Sixth 
Cailaghan  Rebecca  Miss,  res  317  Sixth 
Callahan  Addie  Mrs,  res  761  Castro 
Callahan  Bridget,  res  cor  West  and  William 
Callahan  Cornelius,  grocer,  1319  Center 
Callahan  John,  res  1612  Magnolia 
Callahan  M,  propr  Parsons  Block,  res  61 2 J  East  Twelfth 


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Callahan  Maggie,  domestic  J  Canning,  954  Sixteenth 
Callahan  Martin,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  1612   Magnolia 
Callahan  Michael,  confectioner,  614  East  Twelfth,  res  61 2 \  East 

Twelfth 
Callahan  William,  propr  Parsons  Blocjc,  res  61 2J  East  Twelfth 
Callan  Sarah,  domestic,  1114  Jefferson 
Callelotta  Agnes  Mrs,  res  1261  Jefferson 

Callendine  G  H,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  653  Wash- 
ington 
Calley  Elias,  printer,  S  F,  res  1320  Myrtle 
Calley  E  J,  salesman,  res  1320  Myrtle 
Calley  R  B,  res  1320  Myrtle 

Calloway  A  W,  laundrvman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Callundan  C  F  Mrs,  res  1025  Willow 
Calnan  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  611  Madison 
Calnan  Jane  Mrs,  saloon,  1403  Thirteenth,  res  same 
Calnin  L  Mrs,  res  654  Myrtle 

Calou  John,  washer  French  Laundry,  res  690  Twenty-ninth 
CAL0U   PETER;  proprietor  French  Laundry,  690  Twenty-ninth 
Calsins  B  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1424  Fifteenth 
Calugri  Louis  (Martin  &  Co)  res  1259  Clay 
Calvert  C  C,  East  Oakland  constable,  res  1217  Twelfth  ave 
Calvert  L  W,  driver  Truck  No  2,  Oakland  Fire  Department,  res 

1064  Twelfth  ave 
Calvert  May  Miss,  res  474  East  Fourteenth 
Calvin  II  D,  compositor  Oakland  Times,  res  2124  Chestnut 
Calvin  James  M,  branch  bakery,  1680  Eighth 
Calvin  John  F,  lather,  res  1680  Eighth 
Camblos  Frank,  res  1726  Ninth  ave 
Cameron  Ashley  D.  letter  carrier,  res  661  East  Twelfth 
Cameron  D  L  Mrs,'  res  1004  Fifth 
Cameron  Duncan,  real  estate,  res  661  East  Twelfth 
Cameron  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  949  Filbert 
Cameron  E  S  Mrs,  1103J  Broadway,  rms  17  and  18 
Cameron  Hugh  M,  book  publisher,  res  606  East  Eighteenth 
Cameron  James,  capitalist,  res  980  Fifth  ave 
Cameron  Janet  Mrs,  groceries,  res  874  Twenty-first 
Cameron  John  J,  clerk,  1004  Fifth 
Cameron  Maggie  Miss,  res  1229  Franklin 
Cameron  Margaret  J  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  res  1207  Market 
Cameron  Nancy  N  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1207  Market 
Cameron  Peter  A  (Cameron  &  McDonald)  res  722  Eighteenth 
Cameron  Truman,  carpenter,  res  876  Twenty-first 
Camilloni  &  Co  (G  Camilloni  and  L  Lagoria)  fish  stall  22,   City 

Market 
Camilloni  G  (Camilloni  &  Lagoria)  res  S  F 
Camomazzi  J,  employe  California  Jute  Mill,  res  1260  Cypress 
Camp  E  L  Mrs,  res  1961  Grove 


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Camp  J  M,  carriage  trimmer  J  Galvin,  res  1175  East  Nineteenth 
Camp  Louis,  gents'  furnishing  goods,  863   Broadway,   res   1315 

Tenth 
Camp  M  Mrs,  res- 713  Franklin 

Camp  Max,  gents'  furnishing  goods,  863  Broadway,  res  1313  Tenth 
Campa  Francisco,  res  517  Fourth,  rear 
Campa  Panche,  res  517  Fourth 
Campana  D,  tinsmith;  res  1260  Center 
Campana  Dominick,  tinsmith,  1825  William 
Campano  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Campano  Peter,  tinsmith,  res  655  Myrtle 
Campanozi  Angelo,  bootblack,  res  612  Filbert 
Campbell  A,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  e  s  Clarmont  ave 

nr  Telegraph  ave 
Campbell  A,  res  716  Twenty-ninth 
Campbell  Aboyd,  laborer,  res  824  Chester 
Campbell  Alexander,  oyster  depot  City  Market,  stalls  19-23,  res 

1676  Webster 
Campbell  Alexander  Sr,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  480  Orchard 
Campbell  Alex,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  House 
Campbell  A  J,  foreman  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  815  Twentieth 
Campbell  B  P,  res  716  Twenty-ninth 
CAMPBELL  CECIALLIA   MRS,    dressmaking,  res   1104  Broad- 

way,  rms  14  and  15 
Campbell  Colin  (Campbell  &  Sanderson,  S  F)  res  480  Orchard 
Campbell  C  Ward,  paper  hanger,  res  1580  Telegraph  ave 
Campbell  Daniel,  cigar  maker,  S  F,  res  514  Fourth 
Campbell  D  L,  propr  Henry  House,  462  Ninth 
Campbell  Donald  Y,  atty-at-law,  res  1480  Orchard 
Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  res  471  Twenty-sixth 
Campbell  Edward  M,  janitor  Durant  School,  res  716  Twenty -ninth 
Campbell  Edward,  blacksmith,  res  1414  Broadway 
Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  res  841  Thirtieth 
CAMPBELL   EDWIN  H,  proprietor  Dirigo,  NE  cor  Eleventh  and 

Broadway,  res  556  Sixteenth 
Campbell  E  M,  blacksmith  C  F  Hampel,  res  467  Twenty-sixth 
Campbell  F  A,  solicitor  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res   1569 

Broadway 
Campbell  Francis,  employe  S   P  Co,  res  w  s  Telegraph   ave  nr 

Forty-second 
CAMPBELL   FRED   M>  city  superintendent    public    schools,    res 

1262  Webster 
Campbell  Gordon,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Campbell  Grace  Miss,  teacher  Livermore,  res  1262  Webster 
Campbell  Harry,  clerk  State  Mining  Bureau,  S  F,  res  1580  Tele- 
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Campbell  Isabella  Mrs,  dressmaker,  800  Franklin 
Campbell  Jennie,  domestic,  2257  Telegraph  ave 


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Campbell  Jessie  Miss,  res  480  Orchard 

Campbell  J  C,  farmer,  res  1120  Twelfth 

Campbell  John,  miner,  res  841  Thirtieth 

Campbell  John,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  467 
Twenty-sixth 

Campbell  John  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  620  East  Sixteenth 

Campbell  John  A,  res  800  Franklin 

Campbell  Joseph  T,  miner,  res  946  Thirty-fourth 

Campbell  Kate  A  Mrs,  asst  supt  public  schools,  res  1262  Webster 

Campbell  Lou  Miss,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 

Campbell  L  H  Mrs,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Campbell  Mamie  Miss,  teacher  Grove  Street  School,  res  1262 
Webster 

Campbell  Marston,  student,  res  1262  Webster 

Campbell  Marston,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  1262 
Webster 

Campbell  Norman  E,  carpenter,  res  732  Linden 

Campbell  R   A,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1014  Sixteenth 

Campbell  Robert,  with  Jagels  &  Wulff,  res  718  Henry 

Campbell  Roger,  laborer,  res  841  Thirtieth 

Campbell  Rosie  Mrs,  res  810  Webster 

Campbell  Sadie  Miss,  domestic,  res  NW  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and 
East  Twentieth 

Campbell  Sarah  Miss,  res  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  East  Twentieth 

Campbell  W  G,  real  estate,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Campbell  W  H,  clerk  State  Mining  Bureau,  res  SE  cor  Twenty- 
second  and  Telegraph  ave 

Campbell  William,  quarry  man  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co 

Campe  August,  laborer,  res  1509  Seventh 

Campe  John,  grocer,  res  1310  Market 

Campi  Natalie,  salesman  Petar  &  Dresco,  res  313  Sixth 

Campodonica  Amelia  Miss,  res  621  Filbert 

Campo-Tonico  Columbo,  knitter  California  Hosiery  Co 

Camps  Jane  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Camps  Valencia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Camron  Amy  Miss,  res  534  Twenty-eighth 

Camron  Block,  s  s  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 

Camron  William  W,  capitalist,  res  534  Twenty-eighth 

Cand  H,  artist,  977  Fifth 

Cane  A,  dentist,  S  F,  res  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and  Folsom 

Cane  Frank,  clerk  M  J  Keller,  res  913  Eighteenth 

Cane  James,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1815  Seventh 

Caness  J,  laborer,  res  Telegraph  ave  north  of  Forty-second 

Canfleld  Henry  C,  carpenter  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res 
1433  Filbert 

Canfleld  James,  farmer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 

Canfield  John,  farmer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 

Canfleld  Robert,  farmer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 


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Canfin  Augustus  S,  bookkeeper  A  W   Pattiani  &   Co,   res  409J 

Twelfth 
Canna  Charles,  barber,  res  1932  Myrtle 
Carman  Jennie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  837  Clay 
Canning  George,  laborer,  res  2  Forty-fourth 
Canning  James,  capitalist,  res  954  Sixteenth 
Cannon  Edward  M,  sewing  machine  agt,  res  1919  Filbert 
Cannon  Emma  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1928  Filbert 
Cannon  Eron,  photographer,  S  F,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Grcve 
Cannon  Fred,  collector  Singer  Co,  res  1919  Filbert 
Cannon  J  J,  fireman  steamer  Oakland,  res  661  Seventh 
Cannon  Lizzie  Miss,  res  812  Market 
Cannon  Thomas,  gasfitter  and  plumber,  470  Twelfth,  res  812 

Market 
Cannon  Thomas,  hostler  Oakland  Railroad 
Can  ten  Eugene,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  Colman  Block 
Cantin  Anna  H  Mrs,  res  919  Adeline 
Cantin  A,  clerk,  res  409 J  Twelfth 
Cantin  Augustus  S,  bookkeeper,  res  919  Adeline 
Cantin  Eugene  J,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  Colman  Block 
Canty  John  C,  tailor  Berstein,  S  F,  res  1003  Webster 
Canty  John  M,  res  1003  Webster 

Canty  Mamie,  milliner  Kahn  &  Sons,  res  1003  Webster 
Canty  William  S,  night  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  623  Pine 
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Eleventh  and  Clay 
Capell  Hattie  Miss,  res  1171  Eighth  ave 

Capell  Howell  P,  bookkeeper  E  T  Allen,  S  F,  res  1171  Eighth  ave 
CAPELL  JAMES  R  (Benedict,  Capell  &  Co)  res  1171  Eighth  ave 
Capell  Mattie  Miss,  res  1171  Eighth  ave 
Capetornich  B  J,  night  clerk  Martin  Recovich,   res   cor   Market 

and  Seventh 
Capion  L  F,  employe  American  Sugar  Refinery,  res  1721  Goss 
Capital  House,  George  T  Larleche  propr,  552  Broadway 
Capitan  A,  quarry  man,  res  Temescal 
Capitol  Hotel,  Henry  Ruedy  propr,  1021  Franklin 
Caplice  Richard,  gardener,  res  698  Thirty-fifth 
Caraher  Louisa  Miss,  emplo}'e  California   Hosiery  Co,  res  1570 

Chestnut 
Caraher  Michael,  shoemaker,  res  1570  Chestnut 
Carathers  William,  well  borer,  res  836  Broadway 
Carbary    C    Mrs,    confectionery    and    notions,   cor    Eighth    and 

Campbell 
Carbeary  John  T,  carriage  maker,  res  517  Twenty -second 
Carberry  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1763  Seventh 
Carblend  A,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Carbury  T,  oilman  S  P  Co,  res  811  Willow 
Card  Clark  B,  shipper  Kohler  &  Chase,  S  F,  res  1215  Adeline 


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Carden  William  C,  carpenter,  res  1161  Third 

Cardinell  C  B  Mrs,  res  1119  Jefferson 

Cardinet  Adolph,  wine  dealer,  res  2207  San  Pablo 

Cardoza  Anton,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Cardoze  An  tone  F,  barber,  res  930  East  Fourteenth 

Cardozo  A  V  Mrs,  dressmaking,  res  580  Thirty-fifth 

Cardozo  Frank,  employe,  523  Thirty-sixth 

Cardozo  J  JS,  gardener,  res  580  Thirty-fifth 

Care  M  T,  tailor,  854  Webster,  res  270  Seventh 

Carew  Joseph,  blacksmith,  res  658  Broadway 

Carey  Benjamin  F,  carriage  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1863  Seventh 

Carey  Dennis,  hod  carrier,  res  Winthrop  House 

Carey  Frank,  clerk  Petar  &  Dresco,  res  Watts  Tract 

Carey  James,  barkeeper  Louis  Giese,  res  Germania  Hall 

Carey  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  res  911  East  Twenty-fourth 

Carey  Thomas,  laborer,  res  2025  West 

Carey  Thomas,  laborer,  res  669  East  Thirty-second 

Carey  Willie,  laborer,  res  673  Twenty-fourth 

Carl  Charles,  paper  bags,  res  1662  Twelfth 

Carlan  Patrick,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  811  Chester 

Carlen  Henrietta  Miss,  res  780  Eighteenth 

Carlen  James,  carpenter,  res  Webers  Hotel 

Carlen  Jessie  Miss,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  780  Eighteenth 

Carlen  John  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  780  Eighteenth 

Carleton  A  B,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1366  San  Pablo  ave 

Carleton  George  H,  supt  fire  alarm  and  police  telegraph,  res  519 
Seventeenth 

Carleton  John  A,  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1302  Broadway,  res 
1353  Telegraph  ave 

Carley  S  J  Mrs,  res  863  Twenty-first 

Carlin  Ellen,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Carlisle  Leslie  H,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  1361  Peralta 

Carlisle  Minerva  Mrs,  res  1361  Peralta 

Car  Ion  Patrick,  car  cjeaner  S  P  Co,  res  811  Chester 

Carlson  August,  bench  hand  Ingles  &  Atkinson,  res  920  Twenty- 
fourth 

Carlson  August,  cabinet  maker,  res  1726  Filbert 

Carlson  Benjamin,  res  1616  Taylor 

Carlson  Carrie  M  Mrs,  art  decorative  novelties,  1204  San  Pablo 
ave 

Carlson  Charles,  laborer,  res  n  s  Forty- fifth  nr  Grove 

Carlson  Conrad,  teamster  Barstow  &  Babbitt,  res  664  Twenty-fifth 

Carlson  Fred,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 

Carlson  Hannah,  domestic,  961  Clav 

Carlson  Ida  M  Miss,  with  Mrs  C  M  Carlson,  res  1204  San  Pablo 
ave 

Carlson  Lena,  domestic,  1144  Myrtle 

Carlson  Olaf,  tailor,  res  1118  Campbell 


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Carlson  Oscar  O,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  736  Chester 

Carlson  Thomas,  stone  mason,  res  1204  San  Pablo  ave 

Carlton  Harry  P,  dentist,  S  F,  res  716  Nineteenth 

Carlton  Henry  P,  clerk  Chronicle  Co,  S  F,  res  716  Nineteenth 

Carlton  Philip  S,  clerk  Pacific  Rolling  Mills,  res  716  Nineteenth 

Carman  A  S,  lumber,  Vallejo,  res  947  Linden 

Carman  Frank  V,  carpenter,  res  944  Pine 

Carman  L  B  Mrs,  res  1370  Franklin 

Carman  Mary  Mrs,"  res  1555  Third 

Carmedy  Cornelius,  bartender  T  Hurley,  res  Winthrop  House 

Carmichael  Catherine  Mrs,  groceries,  1415  San  Pablo  ave,  res 
same 

Carmody  Katie  Miss,  music  teacher,  bds  566  Sixth  . 

Carmody  Kittie  Miss,  res  1012  Center 

Carmody  Martin,  res  654  Twenty-sixth 

Carmody  Mary  Mrs,  res  566  Sixth 

Carneal  T  D,  pres  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  w  s  Claremont  ave 
nr  Telegraph  ave 

Carnell  T  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  763  Campbell 

Caro  G  G,  plaster  decorations,  527  Eighth 

Caroll  C  C,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1756  Seventh 

Carothers  J  T,  station  baggage  master  S  P  Co,  S  F,  and  council- 
man First  Ward,  res  1622  Eighth 

Carpenter  Alonzo,  carpenter  William  H   Weil  bye,  res  307  Third 

Carpenter  Charles,  printer,  res  308  Fifth 

Carpenter  Charles,  extraman  Truck  Co  No  1,  Oakland  Fire  De- 
partment, res  216  Fifth 

Carpenter  C  Jerome,  carpenter,  res  1401  Thirteenth  ave 

Carpenter  D  A,  employe  Dupont  Powder  Co,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Carpenter  Dexter  S,  cashier,  S  F,  res  1422  Tenth 

Carpenter  Edmund  P,  mgr  Lake  Merritt  Boat  House,  res  76  East 
Twelfth 

Carpenter  Edw,  clerk  P  N  Kuss,  res  864  Isabella 

Carpenter  Frederick  H,  carriage  trimmer  San  Pablo  Avenue  Car- 
riage Factory,  1362  San  Pablo  ave,  res  1116  Washington 

Carpenter  George  A,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1310  Thirteenth  ave 

Carpenter  Harriet  Mrs,  res  308  Fifth 

Carpenter  Hugh,  asst  lineman  Sunset  Telephone  Telegraph  Co,  res 
216  Fifth 

Carpenter  James,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Oakland  House 

Carpenter  John,  res  973  Washington 

Carpenter  John  K,  terra  cotta,  S  F,  res  162  Fifth 

Carpenter  Katie  Miss,  res  308  Fifth 

Carpenter  Louis,  broom  mfr,  1686  Telegraph  ave,  res  465  Twen- 
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Carpenter  Oliver,  dentist,  1169  Broadway,  rm  3,  res  714  Four- 
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Carpenter  William,  brass  finisher,  res  864  Isabella 


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Carpenter  W  C,  waiter  Alex  Campbell,  res  503  Eleventh 

Carpenter  W  S,  carpenter,  res  1162  Seventh 

Carpentier  J,  propr  Fontainebleau  House,  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 

Twenty-third  ave 
Carpentier  J    Mrs,  saloon,   NE  cor  Twenty-third  ave  and  East 

Fourteenth 
Carpignano  J,  shoemaker,  res  531  Eighth 
Carr  Billy,  plasterer,  res  921  Twenty-fourth 
Carr  George,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  s  s   Crawford 

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Carr  John  M,  milkman,  res  Prescott  bet  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  High 
Carr  Julia  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  954  Broadway 
Carr  Lawrence,  res  226  Ninth 
Carr  Levi,  turner,  S  F,  res  n  s  McKee 
Carr  Levi  T,  res  616  Seventeenth 
Carr  William  L,  bricklayer,  res  1536  Curtis 
Carrel  George  F,  brakeman  S  P  ( 'o,  res  763  Campbell 
Carrick  David  S,  capitalist,  res  602  East  Fifteenth 
Carrick  George  N,  clerk,  S  F,  res  209  Fourth 
Carrick  Kittie  Miss,  res  602  East  Fifteenth 
Carrington  John  B,  commercial  traveler,  res  1409  Seventeenth 


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Charles  C,  painter  S  PCo,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
George,  carpenter,  res  857  Twentieth 
George  W,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  960  Campbell 
John,  res  1735  Adeline 
Julia  Miss,  res  883  Milton 

Lena  Miss,  bookkeeper  Eiben  &  Nor,  res  960  Campbell 
Lizzie  Mrs,  res  224  Fifth 
M  Miss,  res  1264  Webster 

M  J,  laborer,  res  Twelfth  bet  Folsom  and  Powell 
Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  476  Edward 
Margaret  Mrs,  groceries  and  dry  goods,  359  B,  res  same 
Margaret  W  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  564  Thirty-ninth 
Martin.. laborer,  res  2452  Grove 

Michael,  bricklayer  V  L  Fortin,  res  883  Twenty-sixth 
Nellie  Miss,  res  720  Seventh 
Patrick,  laborer,  res  1024  Fifth 

Patrick  W,  fireman  Pacific  Rolling  Mills,  res  954  Thirty- 
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Carroll  William  F,  saloon,  NE  cor  Birch  and  Telegraph  ave 
Carroll  William  T,  salesman,  S  F,  res  610  East  Eighteenth 
Carrosso  Paul,  propr  Central  Garden,  res  Telegraph  ave  bet  Birch 

and  Vernon  ave,  Teme-cal 
Carruth  C  W,  foreman  job  department   Pacific  Press,  res   1914 

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Carrvalho  Manuel,  laborer,  res  248  Harlan 
Carson  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  617  Fifteenth 
Carson  Carrie  Miss,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Carroll 
Carson  Charles,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 
Carson  Frank,  clerk  Smith  &  Butler,  res  617  Fifteenth 
Carson  John,  mate  steamer  Alameda,  res  660  Cla}' 
Carson  John,  teamster,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Carroll 
Carson  Lizzie  Miss,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Carroll 
Carson  Lulu  Miss,  res  572  Tenth 

Carson  Maggie  Miss,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Carroll 
Carson  Mary,  domestic,  1264  Fourteenth 
Carson  W  J,  laborer,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Carroll 
Carte  Minnie  Mrs,  res  521  Second 
Cartee  Annette,  res  710  Market 
Car  tee  Frank,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Cartje  Frank,  laborer,  res  710  Market 
Cartee  Lewis,  cigar  maker  H  Robinson,  res  Market  bet  Third  and 

Fourth 
Cartee  Lewis,  laborer,  res  710  Market 
Cartee  William  H,  carpenter,  res  710  Market 
Carter  Albert  A,  collector,  res  1156  Broadway 
Carter  B  Mrs,  res  1423  Linden 

Carter  Benjamin  H,  Janitor  Tompkins'  School,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  George,  engineer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  1509  Fifth 
Carter  George  A,  mining  engineer,  res  569  Fifteenth 
Carter  George  B,  janitor  Nevada  Block,  S  F,  res  1261  Center 
Carter  George  D,  nurseryman,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  H  Kenyon,  fruit  buyer  J   Lusk   Canning   Co,  res  Henry 

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Carter  John,  car  driver,  res  1356  Sixteenth 
Carter  J  S,  miner,  res  940  Myrtle 
Carter  Lucy  Miss,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Luna  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  733  Linden 
Carter   Mary,"helper  hosiery  department  California  Hosiery  Co, 

res  710  Market 
Carter  Naretta  A  Miss,  teacher  Tompkins'  School,  res  733  Linden 
Carter,  Nettie  Miss,  teacher,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Samuel,  bricklayer,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  Theda  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Walter,  bricklayer,  res  1423  Linden 

Carter  William,  asst  janitor  Nevada  Block,  S  F,  res  1261  Center 
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Carter  William,  marble  cutter  J  Sullivan,  res  S  F 

Carter  William,  marble  cutter,  res  1423  Linden 

Carteron  Edward,  gardener,  res  620  Fifth 

Carteron  Edward,  apprentice  Oakland  Morning  Times,  res  620 

Fifth 
Cartwright  Alfred  E>,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  771  Fourteenth 
Carvell  Theodore  F,  bookkeeper  William  T  Coleman  &;  Co,  S  F, 

res  1279  Fifth  ave 
Carver  Louis  M,  upholsterer,  res  214  Eighth 
Cary  — ,  res  531  Ninth 
Cary  Annie  Mrs,  res  1360  Thirteenth  ave 
Cary  Clarence  A,  photographer  and  fruits,  NW  cor  Seventh  and 

Market,  res  860  Milton 
Cary  Delia,  employe  flannel   department   California  Hosiery  Co, 

res  831  Center 
Cary  Frank,  paper  hanger   McGovern%  &   Cahill,  res  1360  Thir- 
teenth ave 
Cary  Frank  M,  barkeeper,  res  203  B 
Cary  George,  agt  California  Nursery  Co,  954  Broadway 
Cary  Hannah  Mrs,  res  1004  Broadway 
Cary  James,  nurseryman,  res  1360  Thirteenth  ave 
Cary  Luther  H,  physician,  916  Eighth 
Cary  Mary,  domestic,  1129  Myrtle 
Cary  Neil,  clerk,  1601  Market 
Cary  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1601  Market 
Casanetto  John,  teamster,  bds  690  Market 

Casaurancq  Frank,  dairyman,  res  w  s  Vernon  ave  nr  College  ave 
Casavant  Alphonse,  carpenter  John  Snyder,  res  365  Second 
Casazza  Lena  Miss,  employe  Cal  Cotton  Mills,  res  1413  Thirteenth 
Casazza   Vincenzo,    bootblack    stand,    NW    cor    Broadway  and 

Ninth,  res  1413  Thirteenth 
Case  C  A  Mrs,  res  860  Clay 
Case  Isham,  ticket  agt  S  P  Co,  Alameda  Point,  res  1179  Sixteenth 

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Case  James,  gardener,  1244  Poplar 

Case  James  R,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1179  Sixteenth  ave 
Case  John,  gardener,  res  1206  Fourteenth 
Case  Lilly  A- Miss,  stenographer,  res  1641  San  Pablo  ave 
Case  Lulu  S  Miss,  res  1179  Sixteenth  ave 
Caseboldt  T,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Casedy  Addie  Miss,  student,  res  1217  Harrison 
CASELLI  AUGUSTINE,  groceries,  718  Webster,  res  same 
Casertta  John,  teamster,  res  690  Market 
Casey  — ,  cook  Furniss'  Restaurant,  res  520  Eighth 
Casey  Elizabeth  M,  harness  sewer  Main  &  Winchester,  S  F,  res 

1115  Third 
Casey  Jeremiah,  harness  maker,  S  F,  res  1115  Third 
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Casey  John,  horseshoer  M  Casey,  418  Seventh,  res  1808  Grove 

Case}'  John  J,  plumber  and  gasritter,  res  709  Chester 

Casev  Joseph  A,  clerk,  res  1167  Seventh 

CASEY   MICHAEL,  horseshoer,  418  Seventh,  res  1808  Grove 

Casey  Michael,  laborer,  res  n  s  Thirty-sixth  nr  San  Pablo  ave 

Casey  Owen,  milker  Z  Quinn,  res  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Adeline 

Casey  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Peralta  ave  nr  Count}'  Road 

Casey  Rose,  chambermaid  Galindo  Hotel,  res  same 

Casey  Sarah  J,  dressmaker,  res  ccr  Thirty-sixth  and  San  Pablo 

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Casey  Thomas,  harnessmaker,  res  1115  Third 
Cash  George  A,  purser  Mary  D  Hume,  res  863  Campbell 
Cashen  John,  groceries,  SW  cor  Goss  and  Pine 
Cashin  William  G,  special  officer,  res  418  B 
Cashion  Catherine  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1415  Thirteenth 
Casinant  A,  carpenter,  res  365  Second 
Caslana  H  Mrs,  res  1161  Fifth 
Cassasi  Vincent,  bootblack,  res  1413  Thirteenth 
Cassell  &  Co,  A  E  Whitney  mgr,  limited  publishers,  906  Broad- 
way, rms  75  and  76 
Casserly  Peter,  dragout  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  276  Fifth 
Cassidy  E  Mrs,  saloon,  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Folsom 
Cassidy  Frank,  laborer,  res  1710  Atlantic 
Cassidy  R,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Cassidy  William  J,  newspaper  agt,  res  223  Tenth 
Cassilli  A  &  Co  (A  Cassilli)  mfrs   plaster   paris   statuary,  317 

Fourth,  res  same 
Cassin  John,  saloon,  cor  Telegraph  ave  and  First 
Castellanos  Salvador,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  1263  San  Pablo 

ave,  res  568  Eighth 
Castello  Alice  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  617  Ninth 
Castera  Adele  Mrs,  res  659  Franklin 
Castera  Charles,  street  sprinkler,  res  659  Franklin 
Castera  Emily,  spinner  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  659  Franklin 
Castera  Gustav,  feeder  Pacific  Iron   and   Nail  Works,  res   659 

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Castera  Louis  A,  feeder  Pacific   Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res  659 

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Castera  Mary,  seamstress  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  659  Franklin 
Castera  T,  picker  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  659  Franklin 
Castigan  J  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  458  East  Eleventh 
Castilanas  Salvador,  jeweler,  San  Pablo  ave,  res  529  Eighth 
Castler  Mrs,  res  1161  Fifth 
Castro  Aggie  Miss,  res  6  Forty-third 
Castro  Albert  F,  substitute  letter  carrier,  res  359  Fourth 
Castro  B,  dressmaker,  res  634  Chestnut 

Castro  Benita  Miss,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty- 
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Castro  Celestina  Miss,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty- 
third 

Castro  Christina  Miss,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty- 
third 

Castro  Clara  Miss,  res  6  Forty-third 

Castro  Clara,  res  859  Webster 

Castro  Daniel,  employe  J   Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty-third 

Castro  Frank,  laborer,  res  1846  Grove 

Castro  Gualupe  Mrs,  res  551  Thirty-seventh 

Castro  Inez  Miss,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty-third 

Castro  Maggie  Miss,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  6  Forty- 
third 

Castro  Marie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 

Castro  Ramon,  restaurant,  S  F,  res  6  Forty-third 

Castro  William,  clerk,  res  634  Chestnut 

Caswell  Charles,  nailer,  res  833  Linden 

Caswell  Charles  A,  carpenter,  res  768  Lydia 

Caswell  Charles  F,  moulder,  res  1833  Linden 

Cately  L,  res  659  Twentieth 

Cathcart  A  B,  bookkeeper  Whitely  &  Hall,  S  F,  res  Eleventh  nr 
Folsom 

Catholic  School,  cor  Jefferson  and  Seventh 

Cator  George,  laborer,  res  211  Louise,  Watts  Tract 

Cator  Henry,  laborer,  res  211  Louise,  Watts  Tract 

Cator  Lenora  Mrs,  res  211  Louise,  Watts  Tract 

Cator  Thomas,  laborer,  res  211  Louise,  Watts  Tract 

Cattell  Joseph  E,  res  317  East  Ninth 

Catton  Frederick  R  (Catton,  Bell  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1056  Poplar 

Caughlin  John,  blacksmith,  res  1519  Seventh 

Cauldwell  Maria  A,  nurse,  res  722  Filbert 

Caulrield  Alvan  B,  salesman,  res  1445   Myrtle 

Cavagnaro  Antona,  bootblack,  res  714  Myrtle 

Cavagnaro  Thomas   J,  bootblack   stand,    SW    cor   Eighth   and 
Broadway,  res  714  Myrtle 

Cavagno  Rodolfo,  marble  polisher  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Cavana  Patrick,  laborer,  res  cor  Thirty-sixth  and  San  Pablo  ave 

Cavanagh  A  R,  traveling  agt,  res  1726  Thirteenth 

Cavanagh  Edward,  sewer  contractor,  res  404  Thirteenth 

Cavanagh  Edward  J,  assay er,  res  1166  Twelfth 

Cavanagh  James,  clerk,  res  404  Thirteenth 

Cavanagh  Martin,  laborer,  res  690  Twenty-seventh 

Cavanagh  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  590  Sycamore 

Cavanagh  William  J,  bookkeeper  E  Cavanagh,  res  404  Thirteenth 

CAVANAUGH    DANIEL,  proprietor   Railroad    House,  cor   Tele- 
graph ave  and  Forty-eighth 

Cavanaugh  E  J  (Boston  Advertising  Co)  res  1166  Twelfth 

Cavanaugh  J  Mrs,  saloon,  1839  Seventh 

Cavasso  Adele  Miss,  cloakmaker,  res  612  Fifth 


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Cavasso  Isadore,  clerk  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  814  Fifteenth 

Cavasso  I  L,  collector  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  1206  West 

Cavasso  Rene  J,  oil  dealer,  res  824  Eighteenth 

Cavasso  Tilla  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  ll56  Broadway 

Cavenagh  Annie  L  Miss,  domestic,  res  719  Ninth 

Caverly  Orrin  E,  expressman  H  H  Colby,  res  520  East  Eleventh 

Caviero  Joseph,  groceries,  925  Third,  res  same 

Cavner  Alexander  R,  traveling  agt,  res  1726  Thirteenth 

Cazzasa  Frank,  restaurant,  res  Union  Hotel 

Cederen  Augusta,  res  1120  Twelfth 

Cellen  John,  quarry  man  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co 

CEMETERY  ST   MARY'S,  A  Mclsaac  superintendent,  northern 

terminus  Webster 
Cempleta  Lewis,  cook  Brooklyn  Restaurant,  res  Union  Hotel 
Cennbelich  John,  restaurant,  res  1516  Seventh 
Centennial  House,  Mrs  Walter  Blair  propr,  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Clay 
Centennial  M  E  Church,  cor  Seventh  ave  and  East  Fourteenth 
Centennial  M  E  Church,  Campbell  bet  Eighth  and  Taylor 
Center  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundrv 

CENTER  JUNCTION  CASH   GROCERY  STORE,  Wm  Walsh 

proprietor,  1319  Center  and   1320  Peralta 
Center  Mary  Mrs,  res  1160  Union 
Central  Block,  1068  Broadway 
Central  Carriage  Manufactory,  Joseph  E    Johnston  propr,   266 

Twelfth 
Central  Free  Reading  Room,  Henry  A  Detering  curator,  Oakland 

Free  Library  Building,  Fourteenth  west  of  City  Hall 
Central  Garden  and  Restaurant,  Paul  Carrosso  propr,  Telegraph 

ave  bet  Birch  and  Vernon  ave,  Temescai 
Central  Hotel,  Mrs  Sarah  Jeffers  propr,  1723  Seventh 
Cereghino  Umberto,  bootblack  stand,  465  Fourteenth  nr  Broad- 

way,  res  922  Third 
Cerf  Aron,  gen  mdse,  Ukiah,  res  263  Fourth 
Cerini  Florence  M  Miss,  res  1803  Market 
Cerps  Frank,  laborer,  res  956  East  Twentieth 
Chabot  Antoine,  \ice-pres  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  104  East 

Fifteenth 
Chabot  Observatory,  bet   Jefferson   and  Grove    and  Tenth    and 

Eleventh 
Chabot  Remi,  capitalist,  res  SE  cor  Madison  and  Eleventh 
Chabot  R  Mrs,  vice-pres  Fabiola  Hospital  Association,  res  SE  cor 

Madison  and  Eleventh 
Chadbourn  C  F,  commission  merchant,  res  712  Filbert 
Chadbourne  Lucy  Miss,  massage,  res  Playter  Block 
Chadbourne  M  E  Mrs,  res  523  Jones 
Chaddick  Cerrinaa,  res  733  Magnolia 
Chaddiek  James,  blacksmith,  res  733  Magnolia 


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Chadick  James  C,  horseshoer,  San  Leandro  Road,  res  Oakland 
Chadwick  A  M,  principal  Normal  School,  office  472  Thirteenth 
Chaffee  P   M,  fruit,  SW  cor  Twenty-third  ave  and  East  Four- 
teenth, res  1145  Twenty- third  ave 
Challier  M  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  2204  Market 
Challier  Tules,  musician,  res  2204  Market 
Chalmers  James,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1623  Myrtle 
Chalmers  William,  gardener,  res  1623  Myrtle 
Chalmers  William,  carpenter,  res  1454  Linden 
Chaloner  Richard,  plumber,  res  w  s  Dover  nr  Mariposa  ave 
Chamberlain  Alfred  M,  sash  and  doormaker,  res  1161  Franklin 
Chamberlain  Annie  M  Miss,  teacher  kindergarten  Mrs  Brearty's 

Select  Home  School,  res  Adeline  nr  Seventh 
Chamberlain  Carrie  Miss,  res  1402  Franklin 
Chamberiain  Charles,  clerk  C  W  Kinsey,  res  1161  Franklin 
Chamberlain  Charles,  capitalist,  res  1402  Franklin 
Chamberlain  Charles  S,  pres  Lowell  Manufacturing  Co,  res  cor 

San  Pablo  ave  and  Forty-fifth 
Chamberlain  E  W,  architect  and  builder,  res  817  Center 
Chamberlain  F  B  Mrs,  capitalist,  res  1616  Twelfth 
Chamberlain  Lee  Mrs,  res  277  Eighth 
Chamberlain   M    D,  agt  I  X   L   Coal   Co,   459   Ninth,  res    1319 

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Chamberlain  Mary  Mrs,  res  1152  Franklin 
Chamberlain  N  Hoyt,  student,  res  1054  Kirkham 
Chamberlain  N orris  D,  wood  and  coal  dealer,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 
Chamberlain  Peronet  V,  sexton  First  M  E  Church,  res  627  Eight- 
eenth 
Chamberlain  Silas,   carpenter  East  Oakland  Planing   Mills,  res 

821  Adeline 
Chamberlain  William  E  Jr,  school  teacher,  res  955  Magnolia 
Chamberlin  Willis  P,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  627  Eighteenth 
Chambers  A  J,  mining  expert,  res  575  Fifteenth 
Chambers  F  M  Mrs,  res  575  Fifteenth 

Chambers  Francis  T,  butcher,  res  NE  cor  First  and  Harrison 
Chambers  Frank,  butcher  L  H  Egert,  res  cor  First  and  Harrison 
Chambers  J  C,  gardener,  res  302  First 
Chambers  J  J  Mrs,  nurse,  res  566  Fifth 
Chambers  John,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Chambers  Robert,  plasterer,  res  39  East  Nineteenth 
Chambers  S  A,  teacher  High  School 
Chambers  Sophie  E  A,  res  575  Fifteenth 

Chambers  William  B,  shoefitter  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Fac- 
tory, res  NE  cor  First  and  Harrison 
Champion  — ,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Champion  Albert  C,  commercial  traveler,  S  F,  res  1622  Thirteenth 

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Champion  James,  civil  and  mining  engineer,  res  577  Twelfth 


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Champion  Joseph,  student,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Champion  Josiah,  lumber  dealer,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Champion  Lena  Miss,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Champion  M  J  Mrs,  res  577  Twelfth 

Champion  Regina  Miss,  saleslady  Kahn  &  Sons,  res  562  Eleventh 

Champlin  C  A,  house  mover,  res  873  Twenty-second 

Champlin  John  L  (Champlin  &•  Williamson)  res  Arlington  House 

Champney  M  J  Miss,  res  1219  Webster 

Champreux  Alfred,  brass  moulder,  res  938  Pine 

Champreux  Gustave,  foreman  W  T  Garrett,  res  1411  Eleventh 

Chanaron  Lottie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  676  Chestnut 

CHANDLER  CHARLES   A,  manager  Singer  Manufacturing  Co, 

res  1923  Filbert 
Chandler  Theodora  Mrs,  bakery,  res  1700  Telegraph  ave 
Chanteloup  Jacques,ironer  French  Laundry,  res  690  Twenty-ninth 
Chantereau  Etenne,  real  estate,  816  Washington 
Chapell  Henry  S,  carpenter,  res  1159  Third 
Chapey  C,  propr  French  Hotel,  San  Pablo  ave  Station 
Chapin  John  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1443  Seventh 
Chapin  K  P  Mrs,  res  teacher  New  Home  Sewing  Machine  Co,   res 

1443  Seventh 
Chaplin  George  M,  baker,  res  819  Market 
Chaplin  Moses,  express,  1502  Seventh,  res  1827  Short 
Chapman  Albert  P,  hay,  grain,  coal  and  wood,    2859   Telegraph 

ave,  res  461  Temescal 
Chapman  Alfred  P,  farmer,  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chapman  A  M  Mrs,  res  128  Tenth 
Chapman  Cynthia  Mrs,  res  534  Eighteenth 

Chapman  E  A,  treasurer  Pacific  Press,  res  cor  West  and  Twentieth 
Chapman   E    S    Rev,   pastor    Brooklyn   East  Oakland  Presby- 
terian Church,  res  1264  Twelfth  ave 
Chapman  Edgar  C,  painter,  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chapman  Florence  Miss,  res  1453  Grove 
Chapman  H  L  Miss,  res  3  021  Ninth  ave 
Chapman  Harry,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  w  s  Dover  bet    Mariposa  and 

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Chapman  Isaac  F,  res  1021  Ninth  ave 

Chapman  James  F  (J  F  Chapman  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1021  Ninth  ave 
Chapman  J  H,  foreman  Overland  Packing  Co,  S  F,  res  Eleventh 

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Chapman  Kate  Mrs,  chambermaid,  Galindo  Hotel,  res  same 
Chapman  L  G,  mason,  res  315  Second 

Chapman  Melvin  C  (Chapman  &  Havens)  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chapman  Olive  L  Miss,  res  1021  Ninth  ave 
Chapman  Robert,  paper  hanger,  res  956  Castro 
Chapman  Robert  J,  clerk  J  F  Chapman  &  Co,  res  1021  Ninth  ave 
Chapman  Sylvia  Miss,  res  1264  Twelfth  ave 
Chapman  Susan  Mrs,  res  1453  Grove 

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Chapman  T  F,  ruining,  S  F,  res  120  East  Fourteenth 
Chapman  William  Hall,  farmer,  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chard  Charles,  confectioner  F  W  Lake,  res  767  Eighteenth 
Chard  Frank,  driver  East  Oakland  Brewery,  res  401  East  Twelfth 
Chard  William,  candy  maker  F  W  Lake,  res  767  Eighteenth 
Chare  Alfred,  helper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  562  Second 
Chare  Charles  A,  machinist  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  562  Second 
Charlebois   Youe,    bookkeeper   Summers  &    Healy,  S  F,  res  1579 

Broadway 
Charles  Henry,  res  812  East  Twelfth 

Charles  Edwin  W,  foreman  H  S  Jones,  res  490  Twenty-fifth 
Charlotte  C  A  Miss,  res  959  Clay 
Charlton  L  G  Mrs,  res  316  Tenth 
Charnock  Martha  Mrs,  domestic,  res  1374  Tenth 
Charoux  Arthur,  blind  mfr  and  machine  hand  Ingler  &  Atkinson, 

res  704  Webster 
Charpentier  P,  carpenter,  res  614  Second 

Charter  Oak  Hotel,  Mrs  Mary  Hall  propr,  1763  and  1765  Seventh 
CHARTRAND   L  E  (L  Chartrand  &  Son)  and  groceries  and  pro- 
visions, 566  Franklin,  res  365  Second 
Chartrand  Louis  (L  Chartrand  &  Son)  and  propr  St  Louis  House, 

res-  560  Franklin 
CHARTRAND   L  &  SON    (L  and  L  E)  feed    and    sale   stables, 
605  Franklin,  and  wines  and  liquors,  562  and  564  Franklin 
Chase  Alice  D  Miss,  vocal  teacher,  res  1270  Eighth 
Chase  Charles  B,  Bancroft's  agt,  res  907  Wood 
Chase  Edward  J,  patrolman,  res  901  Wood 
Chase  Edward  C,  res  913  Wood 

Chase  Frank,  laborer  E  M  Derby  &'  Co,  res  830  East  Twelfth 
Chase  George,  deputy  treasurer,  res  202  East  Ninth 
Chase  Moses,  capitalist,  res  202  East  Ninth 

Chase  Q  A  Mrs,  treasurer  Fabiola  Hospital  Association,  res  Broad- 
way nr  Moss  ave 
Chase  Sprague  C,  contractor,  res  1409  Franklin 
Chatfield  Cornelia^  domestic,  855  Center 
Chatfield  James  M,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co,  res  Chester  House 
Chattick  — ,  waiter  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  462  Twelfth 
Chauche  Adrian  G,  wines  and  liquors,  S  F,  res  855  Alice 
Checkman  F  C,  boot  and  shoemaker,  res  859  Wood 
Cheever  Moses  R,  mining,  res  1401  Seventh  ave 
Cheney  Abbey  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  1064  Fourteenth 
Cheney  John  V,  clerk  S  F  Post-office,  res  1064  Fourteenth 
Cheney  M  L,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1252  Franklin 
Cheney  Oliver,  teamster,  840  Seventeenth 
Cherino  Begotto,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cherry  Hallie,  seamtress,  res  1368  Webster 
Cherry  John,  laborer,  res  667  Twenty-sixth 
Chesebrough  Henry  C,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1268  Seventh  ave 


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Chesnut  James  G,  principal    Peralta  Public  School,  res  cor  Oak- 
land and  Wallsworth  aves 
Chesnutt  John,   carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Prospect  and  Wallsworth 

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Chester  Charles,  carpenter,  res  811  Adeline 
Chester  House,  Clement  B  Lee  propr,  1506 h  Seventh 
Chester  Minnie  Miss,  res  811  Adeline 
Chester  Robert,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  571  East  Twelfth 
Chetwood  Hobart    Rev,    rector  St   Paul's  Episcopal  Church,  res 

Hotel  Merritt 
Chetwood  John  Jr,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Chevalier  W  S,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  613  East  Twelfth 
Cheyrias    Seraphim,    head    cook    Barnum's    Restaurant,    res   cor 

Seventh  and  Broadway 
Chicago  Five  Cent    Bazaar,  B  Bennett    propr,  1305  San  Pablo 


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Chicago  Meat  Market,  Joseph  Kliegal  propr,  1301  Peralta 

Chick  Nellie  M,  res  1165  Jackson 

Chick  Ora  J  Miss,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1063  Wood 

Chickering  William  H,attv-at-law,  S  F,  res  970  Sixteenth 

Chicou  John,  machinist,  S  F,  res  SW  cor.  Alcatraz  ave  and  Para- 
dise 

Chief  Engineer  Fire  Department,  James  Moffitt,  City  Hall 

CHILD  C  0>  proprietor  Home  Coal  Yard,  SE  cor  Twenty-third 
ave  and  East  Fourteenth  res  Brooklyn  Hotel 

Children's  Home,  Mrs  I  Perkins  matron,  Linden  Lane  nr  Broad- 
way 

Childress  M  W  Mrs,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Brush 

Childress  Prentiss,  bank  clerk,*  S  F,  res  756  Seventh 

Childs  A  F,  physician,  res  Union  Hotel 

Childs  Calvin,  cook,  res  727  Fourth 

Childs  C  O,  coal  merchant,  res  1155  East  Fourteenth 

Childs  D  S  Mrs,  poultry,  res  NE  cor  Kirkham  and  Eighteenth 

Childs  Ellen  Mrs,  res  1003  Twenty -second 

Childs  LI mer,  draughtsman  Charles  Mau,  res  518  Eighth 

Childs  H  O,  res  1061  Grove 

Childs  J  W,  captain  New  England,  res  727  Fourth 

Childs  James  W  Jr,  yardman  Taylor  &  Co,  res  727  Fourth 

Childs  James  H,  house  mover,  res  1162  Seventh 

Childs  Jane  Mrs,  res  1061  Grove 

Childs  Lillian  Miss,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  518  Eighth 

Childs  Mildred  Miss,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  1022  Peralta 

Childs  Ralph,  coal  merchant,  res  1155  East  Fourteenth 

Childs  Walter,  seaman,  res  727  Fourth 

Childs  William,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Childs  William  A,  special  agt  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res 
457  Twenty-sixth 

Chilton  Arthur,  gardener,  res  1123  East  Twenty -fifth 


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211 


Chincoza  Anton,  fruit  stand,  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Washington 
Chinese  Congregational  Mission,  612  Fifteenth 
Chinese  Mission   of  Baptist  Church  and  Y  M  C  A,  717  Eleventh 
Chinese   Presbyterian    Church  and  Christian   Association,  J   W 

Condit  pastor,  264  Thirteenth 
Chinnock  M  M  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  663  Nineteenth 
Chipman  Emma,  emploj^e  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1134  Kirk- 
ham 
Chipman  S  H,  res  765  Thirteenth 
Chisholm  Colin  E,  printer,  S  F,  res  1940  Poplar 
Chisholm  John  R,  hostler,  res  1940  Poplar 

Chisholm  Robert  B,  livery  stable,  370  Eleventh,  res  520  Sixteenth 
Chisholm  William  T,  printer,  S  F,  res  1940  Poplar 
Chivree  Joseph  D,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  533  Seventeenth 
Chloupek  Amos,  moulder  City  Brass  Works,  res  cor  Second  and 

Washington 
CHLOUPEK   VINCENT  (Hersey  &  Chloupek)  and  engineer  En- 
gine No  2,  Oakland  Fire  Department,  res  473  Fourth 
Chombolt  M,  cook,  res  1054  Broadway 
Chon  Julius,  tailor,  res  766  Seventeenth 
Chon  Mose,  fruit  peddler,  res  766  Seventeenth 
Chrisman  George,  tinner,  res  1311  Broadway 
Chrissinger  Philip  B,  engineer,  res  1202  Seventh  ave 
Christen  William,  real  estate  agt,  1759  Seventh,  res  same 
Christensen  Andrew,  car  driver,  res  Fourteenth  Street  Car  Stable 
Christensen  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  1268  Fourth  ave 
Christensen  Belle,  domestic,  1138  Adeline 

Christensen  Charles  A,  deck  hand  steamer  Transit,  res  124  Ettie 
Christensen  Frederick,  cook  J  Fischer,  res  912  Clay 
Christensen  Godfried,  employe  Judson  Iron  Works,  res  253  Helen 
Christensen  Hannah,  domestic,  672  Fourteenth 
Christensen  John,  gardener  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 
Christensen  Laura  E  Miss,  res  520  Thirteenth 
Christenson  Charles,  fruit  dealer,  res  1122  East  Fourteenth 
Christian  Anthony,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  653 

Seventh 
Christian  Church,  Rev  George    W  Sweeney  pastor,  SE  cor  Thir- 
teenth and  Market 
Christian  John,  hostler  Sackrider  &  Chrisholm,  res  370  Eleventh 
Christian  Science  Society,  Mrs  Dr  Bucknell   pres,   meets  every 

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Christiansen  Charles,  varnisher,  res  1371  Seventh 
Christiansen  Henry,  gardener,  cor  Myrtle  and  Eighteenth 
Christianson  Charles,  res  1122  East  Fourteenth 
Christie  Charles,  carpenter,  res  828  Kirkham 
Christie  Ellen  Mrs,  res  1454  Myrtle 
Christie  Eliza  Miss,  res  828  Kirkham 
Christie  Joseph,  butcher,  res  1454  Myrtle 


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Christraan  Clara,  domestic,  res  120  East  Fourth 
Christman  George,  plumbing,  tinning  and  gasfitting,  1311  Tele- 
graph ave,  res  732  Myrtle 
Christotfersen  Anthony,  blacksmith,  S  F,  res  1410   Seventeenth 
Chubb  Charles,  brick  mason,  res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chubb  John,  laborer,  res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chubb  Roger,  brick  mason,  res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chubbuck  C  E  Mrs,  res  317  Fourteenth 
Chubbuck  M  C  Mrs,  res  317  Fourteenth 
Church  of  the  Advent,  DrHD  Lathrop  pastor,  cor  Twelfth  ave  ] 

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Church  A  M,  atty-at-law  and  notary  public,  1010  Broadway,  res  | 

756  Seventh 
Church  Arthur,  student,  res  529  Hobart 

Church   of    Christ,  Rev    A    Coplin   pastor,  services   in    Willson 
House  Hall,  Fourteenth   Street  near  Washington,  at  11  A  M 
and  7:30  P  M 
Church  Fannie  M  Miss,  res  826  Fifteenth 
Church  George  E,  atty-at-law,  res  1066  Tenth 
Church  Harry  Jr,  propr  White  House,  East  Fourteenth  bet  Fruit 

Vale  ave  and  High 
Church  John  H,  capitalist,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception,  Rev  Michael  King  rector, 

Jefferson  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter  Day  Saints,  Harrison  bet  Third 

and  Fourth 
Church  Joseph  W,  clerk  custom  house,  S  F,  res   826  Fifteenth 
Church  Laura  A  Mrs,  bakery  and  varieties,  1250  Center 
Church  Lincoln  S,  attv-at-law,  921  Broadway,  res  756   Seventh 
CHURCH    NEWS  PUBLISHING   CO,   Gano  Kennedy  manager, 

1005 1  Broadway,  rm  16 
Church  R  W,  deputy  county  clerk,  res  920  Filbert 
Church  of  St  Francis  de  Sales  (Roman    Catholic)  cor  San  Pablo 

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Church   of  the    Sacred  Heart   of  Jesus    (Roman    Catholic)    cor 

Fortieth  and  Grove,  Temescal 
Church  Thomas,  student,  res  529  Hobart 
Church  W  H,  employe  post-office,  S  F,  res  920  Filbert 
Churchill  William,  reporter  Tribune 

Chute  Alanson  W,  plumber,  res  NE  cor  Lusk  and  Forty-first 
Chy  Lung  Ching  &  Co,  Japanese  notion  goods,  1 002  Washington 
Cianciarulo  Frank,  musician  Italian  Band,  res  724  Linden 
Cianclarulo  Michael,  musician  Italian  Band,  res  724  Linden 
Cimpher  Jacob,  boat  hirer  Lake  Merritt,  res  76  East  Twelfth 
Circe  Thomas,  teamster  R  B  Co 

Citizens'  Insurance  Co  of  St  Louis,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broadway 
City  Assessor,  Joseph  M  Dillon,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
City  Attorney,  Jas  A  Johnson,  City  Hall 


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City  Board  of  Health,  D  D  Crowley  health  officer  and  city  phy- 
sician, City  Hall 

CITY  BRASS  WORKS,  Hersey  &  Chloupek  proprietors,  720 
Washington 

City  Clerk  and  Treasurer,    A  C  Henry,  res  1221  Harrison 

City  Engineer,  T  W  Morgan,  res  611  Nineteenth 

City  Hall,  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Washington 

City  Hall  Janitor,  J  A  Wilds,  City  Hall 

City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  George  Hunt  propr,  514  Fourteenth 

City  Market,  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  and  Broadway  and 
Franklin 

City  Park,  bet  Grove  and  Jefferson  and  Sixth  and  Seventh 

City  Physician,  D  D  Crowley  M  D,  City  Hall 

City  Police  Judge,  F  W  Henshaw,  res  941  Myrtle 

Citv  Pound,  Peralta  nr  Twenty-eighth 

City  Pound  Master,  W  J  O'Connell 

City  Wharfinger,  Capt  J  J  Pennypacker,  foot  of  Franklin 

Clairville  Walter,  first  mate  steamer  Solano,  res  814  Harrison 

Clancy  Bridget,  domestic  Chauncey  Taylor,  res  704  Eighth 

Clancy  John,  gripman  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  1606  San  Pablo  ave 

Clanfield  John,  laborer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 

Clapp  Cephas  F  Rev,  pastor  Seventh  Avenue  Congregational 
Church,  res  1271  Seventh  ave 

Clapp  Flora  Miss,  res  566  Thirty-fifth 

Clapp  George  H,  druggist,  633  East  Twelfth 

Clapp  George  P,  supt  tack  factory  Judson  Manufacturing  Co 
and  postmaster  Emeryville,  res  566  Thirty-fifth 

Clarendon  House,  J  W  Donahar  &  Wife  proprs,  855  Washing- 
ton, cor  Seventh 

Clark  — ,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1836 J  Seventh 

Clark  Mrs,  res  763  Market 

Clark  Mrs  — ,  res  970  Jefferson 

Clark  A,  res  765  Twenty-first 

Clark  A  B  Mrs,  milliner,  res  1123  Eleventh 

Clark  A  F,  clerk  Sharp  &  Bolton,  res  Berkeley 

Clark  A  J,  secretary,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Clark  A  K,  sec  loan  societies,  S  F,  res  970  Jefferson 

Clark  Albert  H,  clerk,  res  1003  Pine 

Clark  Alfred,  res  765  Twenty-first 

Clark  Alfred  O,  machinist,  823  Chester 

Clark  Andrew,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Clark  Angus,  student,  res  529  Hobart 

Clark  Annie  A  Miss,  employe  Cotton  Mill,  bds  213  Seventh 

Clark  Austin,  clerk  Sharp  &  Bolton,  res  Berkeley 

Clark  B  E  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  709  Jackson 

Clark  C  A,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  864  Chester 

Clark  Carlton  H,  commercial  agt  U  P  R  R,  res  536   Eighteenth 

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Clark  Charles,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  re's  812  Campbell 

Clark  Charles  A,  locomotive  engineer,  res  864  Chester 

Clark  Charles  A,  retired,  1003  Pine 

Clark  Charles  E,  billiard  parlors  and  cigar  saloon,  465  Ninth 

Clark  Charles  K,  sec  building  and  loan  associations  and  insurance, 
457  Ninth,  res  Berkeley 

Clark  C  L  Mrs,  res  n  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Clark  C  P,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  908  Pine 

Clark  D  P,  res  767  Market 

Clark  Edward,  painter,  bds  1009  Franklin 

Clark  Edward,  pattern  maker,  res  1722  Linden 

Clark  Edward  F,  driver  Rice  &  White,  res  1260  West 

Clark  Ella  Miss,  knitter  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  973  Campbell 

Clark  Ellen  Mrs,  lodgings,  res  814  Clay 

Clark  Ellen  Mrs,  res  1573  Fifth 

Clark  Foster  T,  Clark's  Stables,  1059  Fourteenth  ave 

Clark  Frank,  clerk  Drs  Pinkerton  &  Wheeler,  res  823  Chester 

Clark  Frank,,  gardener,  res  1709  Nineteenth  ave 

Clark  Frank  S,  clerk,  res  864  Chester 

Clark  George' (Clark  &  Woolley)  res  1761  Goss 

Clark  G  W,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Cedar 

Clark  Harry,  drummer,  res  821  Market 

Clark  Harry  A,  brakeman,  res  864  Chester 

Clark  Henry  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  768  Pine 

Clark  Henry  A,  printer,  S  F,  res  924  Thirty-sixth 

Clark  H  L,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  529  Eighth 

Clark  H  M  Mrs,  res  1003|  Broadway,  rms  27  and  28 

Clark  Horace,  news  stand  and  confectionery  and  cigars,  Market 
and  Seventh  Street  Railroad  Station,  res  762  Sixth 

Clark  Hugh,  plasterer,  res  77  Valley 

Clark  James,  groceries,  977  Fifth 

Clark  James,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 

Clark  James  A,  artesian  well  borer,  res  cor  Forty-third  and 
Grove 

Clark  James  A,  emploj^e  Cotton  Mill,  bds  213  Seventh 

Clark  James  E,  mfr  Bothine  Manufacturing  Co,  S  F,  res  772  Eight- 
eenth 

Clark  James  G,  cook  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel,  res  1777  Goss 

Clark  J  B,  professor  State  University,  res  1736  Thirteenth 

Clark  Jennie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1573 
Filth 

Clark  J  F,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1736  Thirteenth 

Clark  J  F,  photographer,  res  1528  West 

Clark  J  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 

Clark  John,  porter,  res  1356  Eighteenth 

Clark  John,  watchmaker,  867  Broadway,  res  602  Sixteenth 

Clark  John  C,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  2130  Chestnut 

Clark  John  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 


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Clark  Joseph,  knitter 

Clark  Kate  Miss,  res  1504  San  Pablo  ave 

Clark  Lenwood,  student,  res  1364  Franklin 

Clark  Leon  F,  clerk,  res  1003  Pine 

Clark  Lizzie  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 

Clark  Maggie,  domestic,  1535  Webster 

Clark  Mamie  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 

Clark  Margaret  W  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  963  Castro 

Clark  Maria  Mrs,  cook,  res  933  Linden 

Clark  Marian  Miss,  domestic,  res  cor  East  Twenty-eighth  and 
Twenty-first  ave 

Clark  Marion,  musician,  res  471  Fourth 

Clark  Minnie  L  Miss,  res  1920  San  Pablo  ave 

Clark  Mona  Miss,  res  924  Thirty-sixth 

Clark  Nora  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 

Clark  Rebecca  Miss,  res  Temescal  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Clark  R  N,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  917  Twenty  fourth 

Clark  Robert  V,  propr  American  House,  616  Broadway 

Clark  Rosie  C,  dressmaker,  res  1260  Webster 

Clark  Sarah  Miss,  res  Temescal  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Clark  S  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  939  Wood 

Clark  Stephen  J,  res  1360  Seventeenth 

Clark  W  E,  carpenter,  res  692  Twenty-sixth 

Clark  William,  employe  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
Alameda 

Clark  William  I,  boxmaker  Eagle  Box  Factory,  res  1736  Thir- 
teenth 

Clark  William  J,  painter,  res  962  New  Broadway 

Clark  &  Woolley  (George  Clark  and  John  Woolley)  Oakland 
Boiler  Works,  668  Franklin 

Clarke  Helen  J,  res  1115  Tenth  ave 

Clarke  John,  miller,  res  1173  Fifth 

Clarke  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  368  Tenth 

Clarke  Julia  B  Mrs,  res  1115  Tenth  ave 

Clarke  T  B  Mrs,  res  1115  Tenth  ave 

Clarke  Thomas,  saw  filer  Union  Box  Factory,  S  F,  res  1407 
Twelfth 

Clarke  Walter,  carriage  smith,  res  941  Twenty-sixth 

Clarrage  Edward  D,  agt  Goodier  &  McKay  Machine  Association, 
res  214  Twelfth 

Clarrage  James  O,  shoemaker,  res  214  Twelfth 

Clason  Rollo  S,  fancy  goods  and  stationery,  620  East  Twelfth 

Classen  John,  mfr  apple  cider,  res  51 5  Twentieth 

Claudius  August,  gardener  Kelsey  House 

Clausen  Charles  J,  plasterer,  res  2126  Chestnut 

Clausen  Henry,  gardener  Field  Seminary 

Clausen  Henry,  employe  Fruit  Vale  Hospital 

Clavebot  A,  saw  filing,  411  Seventh 


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Clawson  School,  Miss  Julie  E  Colby  principal,  cor  Magnolia  and 

Thirty-second 
Claxon  Samuel,  laborer,  res  cor  East  Thirty-fifth  and  Union 
Clay  C  C  Maj  (Sherman,  Clay  &   Co,  S  F)  res  East  Fourteenth 

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Clay  Fred  Mrs,  res  1577  Broadway 
Clay  Henry,  saloon  keeper,  res  516  Twentieth 
Clayton  C  A  Miss,  res  618  Eighteenth 
Clayton  Charles  B,  salesman,  res  912  and  914  Washington 
Clayton  House,  Mrs  Clara  A  Clement  propr,  1228  Broadway 
Clayton  Susan  Mrs,  res  618  Eighteenth 
Clayton    William    B,   cabinet  maker    Lyon   &   Kinsey,   res    927 

Thirty-sixth 
Clayton  William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Clear  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 
Clear  Thomas,  fireman  Oakland  Gas  Works,  res  358  Ninth 
Clear  waters  Dora  Miss,  res  912  Thirty-fifth 
Cleary  James,  florist,  w  s  Peralta 
Cleary  John,  laborer,  res  1763  Seventh 

CLEARY  M>  grocer,  359  and  361  Twelfth,  res  1059  Jackson 
Cleary  Maggie,  cook  John  &  Montgomery,  off  Piedmont  ave 
CLEARY   MICHAEL^  groceries    and   provisions   and   wines  and 

liquors,  359  and  361  Twelfth,  res  1059  Jackson 
Clecak  Antone,  restaurant,  1112  Broadway,  res  La  Clede  House 
Clecak  John,  propr    Washington    Restaurant,  1770  Seventh,    res 

1769  Goss 
Clecak  Mitchell,  with  John  Clecak,  res  1770  Seventh 
Clecak  Nicholas,  cook  John  Clecak,  res  1770  Seventh 
Clecak  Peter,  cook,  res  La  Clede  House 
Cleland  Darius,  contractor  and  builder,  res  918  Union 
Clement  Annie  Mrs,  housekeeper  A  J  Tait,  1621  Eighth 
Clement  Carrie  E  Mrs,  res  1405  Brush 

Clement  Clara  A  Mrs,  propr  Clayton  House,  1228  Broadway 
Clement   Edward   B,  searcher   of  records,  S  F,  res  1264  Harri- 
son 
Clement  Harry  L,  student,  res  Clayton  House 
Clement  Louis  M,  civil  engineer,  S  F,  res  1013  Twelfth 
Clement  Louisa  Mrs,  res  1664  Eighth 
Clement  Modie,  pressman,  S  F,  res  764  Sixth 
Clement  Russell  M,  engineer,  res  1013  Twelfth 
Clements  Albert,  painter,  res  806  Wood 
Clements  C  Mrs,  sewing  and  washing,  res  1641  Adeline 
Clements  Frank,  brakeman  Alameda  Local,  res  1824  William 
Clements  George,  machinist,  McAdam  off  New  Broadway 
Clements  J,  engineer,  McAdam  off' New  Broadway 
Clements  Thomas,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Wood 
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217 


Cleveland  R  C,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1126  Chestnut 

Cleveland  S  Mrs,  res  559  Nineteenth 

Cliff' Alfred  G,  res   Forty -fifth   bet    Grove   and    Telegraph    ave, 

Temescal 
Cliff  George,  engineer,  res  n  s  Forty-fifth  bet  Grove  and  Telegraph 

ave,  Temescal 
Cliff*  O,  capitalist,  res  566  Sixteenth 

Clifford  — ,  flannel  department  Cal  Hosiery  Co,  res  819  Market 
Clifford  Esther  Miss,  res  1414  Harrison 
Clifford  Frederick,  car  inspector  S  P  Co,  res  18  Maple 
CLIFFORD  JESSE,  druggist,  974  Seventh 
Clifford  John,  laborer,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  John  B,  drug  clerk  J  Clifford,  res  974  Seventh 
Clifford  Joseph,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1600  Third 
Clifford  Joseph,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  622  Lewis 
Clifford  Maggie,  res  813  Chester 

Clifford  Nellie,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  Sam,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1600  Third 
Clifford  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1637  Magnolia 
Clifford  William,  printer  Morning  Times,  res  613  East  Twelfth 
Clift  Frederick  C.  student,  S  F,  res  1547  San  Pablo  ave 
Clif  t  Osro,  res  566  Sixteenth 
Clift  William,  mgr  and  pres   Presidio   and   Ferries   Railroad,  res 

1547  San  Pablo  ave 
Clifton  William  G,  bookkeeper  and  collector  Grayson,  Owen  &  Co, 

res  951  Clay 
Climo  A,  bridge  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  883  Bay 
Cline  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  474  Twenty-sixth 
Clino  Samuel,  asst  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  956  Wood 
Clingingsmith  E  N,  res  11.56  Broadway 
Clinton  Annie  Mrs,  domestic,  1379  Eighth  ave 
Clinton  Council  No  63,  United   Friends   of  Pacific,   Washington 

Hall,  307  East  Twelfth 
Clinton  Fire  Insurance  Co   of   New    York,   H    Griffin    agt,    958 

Broadway 
Clinton  House,  S  H  Melvin  mgr,  cor  Sixth  ave  and  East  Twelfth 
Clinton  Lodge  No  2019,  Knights  of  Honor,  Washington  Hall,  307 

East  Twelfth 
Clinton  Mills,  C  J  Welch  &  Co  proprs,  SW  cor  East  Eleventh  and 

Twelfth  ave 
Clipper  Ed,  bartender  George  Fisher,  res  859  Washington 
Clipper  William  W,  barber,  1164  Broadway,  res  723  Lewis 
Clisby  Seth,  merchant,  res  535  Thirty-sixth 

Cliver  Charles,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res   614  Ad- 
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Cliver  George  S,    night  watchman    Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works, 

res  614  Adeline 
Clivio  0,  fruit  store,  920  Broadway,  res  916J  Broadway 


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Clock  M  Miss,  teacher,  res  1140  Myrtle 

Clock  Sarah  D  Mrs,  res  1140  Myrtle 

Cloeren  Edward,  brewer  Oakland  Brewery,  res. 2030  Broadway 

Clonen  John,  grocer,  1529  Seventh,  res  same 

Clonen  Mary  Mrs,  cashier  John  Clonen,  res  1529  Seventh 

CL00NEY  THOMAS  J.  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1575  Seventh, 
res  1373  Eighth 

Cloren  Edward,  foreman  Oakland  Brewery,  res  230  Brook 

Cloud  Myra  Mrs,  canvasser,  res  1511  Brush 

Cloudman  C  H,  shoemaker,  res  1357  Peralta 

Cloudman  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1367  Peralta 

Cloudman  N  M  Mrs,  with  W  H  Mawer,  res  1357  Peralta 

Clough  Alton  H,  bookkeeper  F  M  Smith,  res  Twenty-third  ave 
nr  East  Fifteenth 

Clough  E  H,  reporter  Tribune,  res  1225  Twenty-third  ave 

Clough  G  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1758  Seventh 

Clough  James  P,  res  1225  Twenty-third  ave 

Clough  Lottie  M  Miss,  res  813  Thirteenth 

Cloupek  Vincent,  brass  works,  720  Washington,  res  473  Fourth 

Clow  Amelia  B  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  564  Fourteenth 

Cludius  Ernst,  laborer  East  Oakland  Brewery,  res  401  East 
Twelfth 

Clymer  James  J,  capitalist,  res  1352  Franklin 

Clyne  Michael,  longshoreman,  S  F,  res  658  Magnolia 

Coady  Ida  A  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  559  Seventeenth 

Coady  Nelly  E  Miss,  res  1132  Adeline 

Coady  Richard  E,  letter  carrier,  res  606  Sixteenth 

Coakley  Dan,  plasterer,  res  828  Fifteenth 

Coakle}^  James,  driver  M  M  Samson,  res  577  Twenty -second 

Coakley  James,  butcher,  res  577  Twenty-second 

Coakley  John,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  House,  West  Oak- 
land 

Coakley  William,  laborer,  res  618  Chestnut 

Coannor  Debe  Miss,  domestic.  226  Twelfth 

Coast  F  T,  oil  merchant,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Coates  Caleb,  liquors,  S  F,  res  916  Center 

Coates  Ed  J,  grocer,   1202  Adeline 

Coates  Frank  S,  1690  Broadway 

Coates  John  D,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  955 \ 
Washington 

Coates  Mary  J,  res  618  Eighteenth 

Coates  William  D,  bookkeeper  E  T  Gray,  S  F,  res  1690  Broad- 
way 

Coatey  Mrs,  teacher,  res  La  Clede  House 

Coats  J  D,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  Girard  House 

Coats  Robert  W,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  Girard 
House 

Cobalt  E,  carriage  painter,  res  461  Ninth  ■ 


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219 


Cobb  Isabella  Mrs,  preceptress  California   College,  res  554  East 

Sixteenth,  East  Oakland 
Cobb  Joseph  L,  longshoreman, -res  1676  Sixteenth 
Cobb  Lewis  H  (Smith  &  Cobb)  res  966  Center 
Cobb  R  S,  day  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  966  Center 
Cobb  Rufus,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  966  Center 
Cobbledick  C,  paper  hanger  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co 
Cobbledick  James,  traveling  agt  Kelley,  Maus  &  Co,  Chicago,  res 

177  East  Twelfth 
Cobbledick   William  H,  machinist  P  H    McGrew,  res  177  East 

Twelfth 
Cobelt  Adolph,  tanner,  res  809  East  Sixteenth 
Coburn  Asa  H,  laborer,  res  1270  Seventh 
Coburn  Frank,  laborer,  res  1270  Seventh 
Coburn  H  N,  solicitor,  res  1375  Broadway 
Coburn  J  C,  watchman  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  NW  cor 

Park  ave  and  Ettie 
Coburn  N,  oiler  S  P  Co,  res  1823  William 
Coburn  Nahum,  laborer,  res  1270  Seventh 
Coburn  S  M  Mrs,  res  822  East  Fifteenth 

Coby  Annie  Mrs,  res  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  East  Nineteenth 
Cochran  John  T,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  565  Sixteenth 
Cochrane  R  L,  teamster,  res  516  Second 
Cochrane  Sarah,  domestic,  369  East  Seventeenth 
Cockley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  828  Fifteenth 
Cockrill  Christopher,  capitalist,  res  522  Tenth 
Cockroft  L  F,  employe  Oceanic  Steamship  Co,  S  F,  res  Fairmont 

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Cody  Mrs,  res  919  Jefferson 
Cody  J  A,  machinist,  res  1162  Seventh 
Coe  John  T,  real  estate,  921  Broadway,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Coey  — ,  bottle  washer  W  M  Watson  &  Co,  res  S  F 
Coey  David  N,  clerk  custom  house,  S  F,  res  1124  Chestnut 
Coffee  Michael  H,  dry  goods,  903  and  905   Broadway,  res  763 

Fourteenth 
Coffey  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1423  San  Pablo  ave 
Coffey  Mary,  domestic,  961  Market 

Coffey  Wm  J,  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  728  Eleventh 
Coffin  Albert  F.  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  918  Sixteenth 
Coffin  Arthur  W,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1206  Alice 
Coffin  Dollie  Miss,  res  1387  Harrison 
Coffin  S  E  Mrs,  res  1387  Harrison 
Coffren  Adriana  Miss,  res  811  Brush 
Cogan  William,  carpenter  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,   res  1754 

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Coggeshall  F  C  Mrs,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Coggeshall  S  B  Miss,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Coghill  Thos  B  (Coghill  &  Simon,  S  F)  res  1304  Jackson 


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Coghlin  John,  painter,  res  378  Seventh 

Coginasse  C  A  Mrs,  dressmaking,  1667  San  Pablo  ave 

Cogswell  J  P,  capitalist,  res  1116  West 

Cohen  — ,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1803  Seventh 

Cohen  Mme,  medium,  1068  Broadway 

Cohen  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  SW  cor  Pine  and  Seventh 

Cohen  A,  tailor  M  J  Kohen,  res  429  Pacific 

Cohen  Abram,  glazier,  res  559  Seventh 

Cohen  Alexander,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  Alfred  H,  atty-at-law,res  Howard  nr  East  Fourteenth 

Cohen  E,  clerk,  res  La  Clede  House 

Cohen  Emanuel,  clerk,  res  262  Fourth 

Cohen  Ike,  grocery  clerk,  res  1743  Adeline 

Cohen  Isadore,  glazier,  res  1202  Seventh  ave 

Cohen  Jacob  M,  cigar  mfr,  326  Twelfth,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  James,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  815  Twenty-second     » 

Cohen  James  E,  blacksmith,  res  815  Twenty-second 

Cohen  Jeannie  Miss,  saleslady  Kahn  &  Sons,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  Meyer,  apprentice  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  Oscar,  res  531  Ninth 

Cohen  S  Miss,  saleslady  Spencer  Brothers,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  Simon  S,  groceries,  1743  Adeline 

Cohenoui  Jennie  Miss,  res  1663  San  Pablo  ave 

Cohenoui  M  A  Mrs,  res  1663  San  Pablo  ave 

Cohill  William,  groceries,  118  Hannah 

Cohl  Henry,  carpenter,  res  1872  Atlantic 

Cohlner  Jacob,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1428  Twelfth 

Cohn  Abraham,  dry  goods,  259  Broadway 

Cohn  Abram,  traveling  agt,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohn  B,  peddler,  res  322  Second 

Cohn  Gus,  tailor,  res  766  Seventeenth 

COHN  M  &  CO  (M  Cohn  and  M  Lissner)  loan  office,  1162  Broad- 

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Cohn  M  (M  Cohn  &  Co)  res  1479  San  Pablo  ave 
Cohn  M  J,  butcher,  res  613  Fifth 
Cohn  Samuel  A,  fruit  peddler,  res  766  Seventeenth 
Cohwan  Miss,  res  363  Twelfth 
Coin  AJbert  R,  blacksmith,  res  1370  Broadway 
COiN  RAYMOND,  French  Laundry,  1370  Broadway,  res  same 
Coindre  Mme  F,  res  920  Broadway 
Coindre  Mme  L,  res  920  Broadway 
Coine  John,  res  1473  Seventh 
Coiner  Oscar  C,  confectioner,  Playter  Block 
Coit  Griffith,  pres   Merriman  Manufacturing  Co,  res  cor   Booth 

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Coit  Hamilton  H,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1885  Telegraph  ave 
Colason  Benjamin,  employe  C  P  R  R,  res  1616  Taylor 
Colbert  Hannah  Mrs,  res  678  Twenty-seventh 


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Colbert  John  F,  printer,  res  678  Twenty-seventh 

Colbert  Lizzie  A,  weaver  Jute  Mills,  res  678  Twenty-seventh 

Colburn  Alfred,  dairyman,  res  1769  Seward 

Colburn  George,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 

Colburn  J  S,  salesman,  S  F,  res  3756  Taylor 

Colby  Amasa  D,  farmer,  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College  ave 

Colby  Flora  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  483  Twenty-fifth 

Colby  Frances  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  483  Twenty-fifth 

Colby  George  E,  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College  ave 

Colby  H  H,  supt  Brooklyn  post-office,  agt  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co, 

Western  Union  Telegraph  Co,  and   general  merchandise,  SE 

cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  East  Twelfth,  res  1315  Twelfth  ave 
Coldwell  C  W,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twentieth  and  Twenty-second 

ave,  East  Oakland 
Cole  A  W,  bookkeeper,  res  408  Thirteenth 
Cole  Chas  D,  chiropodist,  res  850  Isabella 
Cole  Claud  H,  patrolman,  res  Willson  House 
Cole  E    F  Mrs,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth    and   Fourth  ave,   East 

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Cole  Eliza,  domestic,  720  Fourteenth 
Cole  Fredricka  Mrs,  res  720  Seventh 
Cole  Geo  A,  blacksmith,  res  829  Seventeenth 
Cole  H  W,  special  agt  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res   1120 

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Cole  John,  painter,  res  833  Magnolia 
Cole  J  T  Mrs  res  1553  Eighth 
Cole     Kate    E    Miss,  artist,  1003J    Broadway,    rm   2,   res    572 

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Cole  L  G  (Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co)  res  1545  Webster 
Cole  Lillie  C  Mrs,  teacher,  res  572  Twelfth 
Cole  Lizzie,  housemaid,  res  320  Durant 
Cole  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  1065  Twelfth  ave,  East  Oakland 
COLE,    MERRIMAN    &    SON,    dentists,  NW    cor    Tenth    and 

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COLE  RECTOR   E,  dentist,  NW  cor  Tenth  and   Broadway,  rm 

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Cole  School,  J  P  Garlick  principal,  Tenth  bet  Union  and  Poplar 
Coleby  J  Miss,  res  263  Second 

Colegrove  George  L,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  263  Twelfth 
Coleman  A  M  Mrs,  res  826  Castro 
Coleman  Building,  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Coleman  C  E,  commercial  traveler,  res  San  Pablo  ave  bet  Thirty- 
sixth  and  Adeline 
Coleman  Edward,  stone  cutter,  S  F,  res  810  Alice 
Coleman  Edward,  clerk  Phelan  &  Fish,  res  1662  Twelfth 
Coleman  E,  res  cor  Fourth  and  Twenty-fourth  ave,  East  Oakland 
Coleman  Hamilton,  furniture,  416  and  418  Eighth,   res  SW  cor 

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Coleman  H  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  House 

Coleman  J  H  Mrs,  nurse,  res  867  Twentieth 

Coleman  John  Mrs,  868  Castro 

Coleman  John,  wood  turner  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mills,  res  628 
Sixth 

Coleman  John  L,  teamster  L  Jaffe,  res  820  Myrtle 

Coleman  Julius,  furniture,  469  and  471  Twelfth 

Coleman  Lizzie,  cook  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 

Coleman  Luke,  res  867  Twentieth 

Coleman  Patrick,  driver  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  1016  Fifth 

Coleman  Sarah  Mrs,  res  1369  Market 

Colfer  John,  tallyman  Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  res  780  East 
Eighteenth 

Colfer  Patrick,  hostler  Robert  Glover  res  470  Ninth 

Colgan  J  J,  sawdust,  609  Broadway 

Colgate  John,  gardener,  res  1011  Fourteenth 

Colich  Biagio,  waiter,  res  459  Seventh 

Colich  Chas,  waiter  Nick  Petersen,  res  Franklin 

Colier  4ugustus,  smelter,  res  1066  Ea^t  Twenty-second 

Colin  Paul,  tin  store,  res  1618  Telegraph  ave 

College  Hall,  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Twelfth 

Collen  Ann,  res  S28  Fifteenth 

Collenburg  John,  clerk  Eiben  &  Nor,  res  941  Peralta 

Colier  Edward,  first  mate  steamer  San  Pedro 

Collessa  Joseph,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collet  F,  carpenter,  res  cor  East  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-third 
ave 

Collier  B  C,  res  1076  East  Twenty-fourth 

Collier  Boston,  mechanic,  res  1212  Sixteenth  ave 

Collier  Georgie  Miss,  res  563  Fifth 

Collier  John  H,  miner,  res  1912  Telegraph  ave 

Collier  John  Jr,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  151  Sec- 
ond 

Collier  Maria  Mrs,  res  151  Second 

Colling  Simeon  I,  laborer,  res  715  Fourth 

Collings  James,  bridge  builder,  res  416  Fifth 

Collins  — ,  employe  Jadson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Randlett  House 

Collins  A  A,  barber,  res  269  Fifth 

Collins  A  F,  printer,  res  664  Twenty-ninth 

Collins  Annie  Mrs,  finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  811 
Twelfth 

Collins  Chas,  employe  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  Areata  House 

Collins  C  W,  engineer  S  P  Co..  res  861  Chester 

COLLINS  D  EDWARD,  secretary  Mountam  View  Cemetery,  res 
same 

Collins  E,  actor,  res  153  East  Tenth,  East  Oakland 

Collins  Edward,  laborer,  res  cor  Forty-third  and  Grove 

Collins  Edwin  L,  teacher,  res  935  Campbell 


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Collins  Ellen,  dressmaker,  res  839  Eighteenth 

Collins  Fannie  Miss,  res  1361  Eleventh 

Collins  George,  porter  Hanitin's  Billiard  Parlors,  NW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Seventh 

Collins  George  H  (Higgins  &  Collins,  S  F)  res  526  Tenth 

Collins  Hanorah  Mrs,  res  839  Eighteenth 

Collins  Henry,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Collins  Henry  D,  laborer,  res  171  Eighth 

Collins  Henry  M,  groceries  and  provisions,  1766  Seventh,  res  1823 
Short 

Collins  James,  laborer,  res  701  Campbell 

Collins  Jerry,  engineer,  res  1664  Pacific 

Collins  J  J,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1666  William 

Collins  John,  switchman,  res  701  Campbell 

Collins  John,  baker  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  687  Twenty -sixth 

Collins  John  C,  printer,  S  F,  res  664  Twenty-ninth 

Collins  John  J,  laborer,  res  734  Union 

Collins  Julia  Mrs,  res  171  E  ghth 

Collins  Lizzie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Collins  Lyman  P,  sewing  machine  mgr,  S  F,  res  935  Campbell - 

Collins  M  J,  with  P  M  Collins,  res  972  Seventh 

Collins  Margaret,  domestic,  915  Grove 

Collins  Mary  Mrs,  bookkeeper  H  M  Collins,  res  1823  Short 

Collins  Mary  E  Miss,  res  934  Linden 

Collins  Mary  F,  dressmaker,  171  Eighth 

Collins  May  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Collins  Nicholas,  res  1564  Chestnut 

Collins  0,  laster  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe   Co,  res  cor  Peralta 
and  S  xteenth 

Collins  Patrick  M,  real  estate,  962  Seventh,  res  972  Seventh 

Collins  Pauline,  res  552  Sycamore 

Collins  William,  res  171  Eighth 

COLLINS  W  M>   superintendent   Mountain  View  Cemetery,    res 
same 

Collinson  James,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co 

Collis  J,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collis  Mary  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collis  R,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collischonn  Chas,  clerk  Belloc  &  Co,  S  F,  res  817  Jackson 

Collischonn  Franz,  res  817  Jackson 

Collischonn  Otto,  draughtsman,  S  F,  res  817  Jackson 

Collison  Benjamin,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1616  Taylor 

Collissa  M,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collyer  C  arles  W,  carpenter,  res  935  Campbell 

Collyer  D  M,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer  George  F,  letter  carrier,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer  Jacob,  carpenter,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer  John,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  151  Second 


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Colman  John,  wood  turner,  res  826  Castro  '^J 

Colman  Herrman,  clerk,  res  471  Twelfth  3 

Colornbet  Louie  Mrs,  res  940  Myrtle 

Colsen  Edward  Mrs,  res  1116  Ninth  ave 

Col  sen  William,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Colton  Helen  Mrs,  res  620  Seventeenth  f 

Col  ton  L  F,  painter,  res  714  Castro 

Columbus  Buggy  Co  (Pacific  Coast  Branch)  A  G  Glenn  ingr, 
406  Twelfth 

Columbus  Bowing  Club  of  Oakland  Boat  House,  foot  of  Alice 

Colville  Frank  C,  cashier  Cumberland  Coal  Yard,  res  cor  East 
Twentieth  and  Seventh  ave 

Colville  S  M  Mrs,  res  cor  East  Twentieth  and  Seventh  ave 

Colvin  C  L.  atty-at-law,  85 4 J  Broadway,  res  624  East  Twenty- 
second 

Colvin  R  S,  shorthand  reporter,  854J  Broadway 

Comber  James,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1614  Eighth 

Comerford  A  Mrs,  res  1636  Myrtle 

Comerford  Mary  Mrs,  res  16  Hannah 

Comestock  Elisha,  res  1301  Franklin 

Commercial  Insurance  Co  of  California,  B  B  Laton  agt,  468 
Ninth 

COMMERCIAL  UNION  ASSURANCE  CO,  J  H  Troy  agent,  457 
Ninth 

Commins  Joseph,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  779  Sixth 

Comozzio  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Comozzio  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Comozzio  Louis,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Comozzio  Peter,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Comozzio  Pressa,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Compana  P,  tinsmith,  res  655  Myrtle 

COMPANIE  TRANSATLANTIQUE  GENERAL,  George  B  Sea- 

man  agent,  1073  Broadway 
Compano  B,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Company  A,  Fifth  Regiment,  N  G  C  Armory,  1064  Washington 
Company  C,  Third  Regiment  Infantry  N  G  C,  377  Twelfth 
Compiano  Andrew,  res  1616  Filbert,  rear 
Complin  A  Rev,  clergyman,  res  556  Twentieth 
Complita  Lou,  cook  Brooklyn  Restaurant,  res  Union  Hotel 
Componosi  Angelo,  porter,  res  612  Filbert 
Compton  Belle  Miss,  copyist  res  1460  Twelfth 
Compton  E  Mrs,  res  1460  Twelfth 
Compton  H  N,  carriage  maker,  res  Beulah  Park 
Compton  Henry  T,  asst  engineer    Harbor  Commissioners,  res  966 

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Compton  Kenneth  H,  brakeman  S    P  Co   Local,    res   515  East 

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Compton  Nellie  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1460  Twelfth 
Compton  Oliver  E,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  869  Washington 
Compton  R  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Union  Hotel 
Compton  William,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1460  Twelfth 
Comstock  A  V,  mining  supt,  res  1420  San  Pablo  ave 
Comstock  Charles  C,  inspector  bridges  S  P  Co,  res  1030  Peralta 
Comstock  Frank,  contractor   and   builder,   res  cor   Seventh   and 

Franklin 
Comstock  George  M,  carpenter,  res  1030  Peralta 
Comstock  M  E  Mrs,  with  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  574  Thirteenth 
Conard  W  B,  res  327  Eleventh 
Conaway   Archibald    J,    employe  Woolsey     Hospital,   res    1014 

Seventh  ave 
Conboie  M  G  Mrs,  res  1051  Poplar 

Conboy  Mary  Mrs,  res  Twenty-second  bet  Filbert  and  Myrtle 
Concannon  Thomas,  hostler,  res  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck 
Concannon  William,  section  hand  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William,  reai 
Concanon  E  H  Mrs,  res  490  Orchard 

Concanon  William  N,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  490  Orchard 
Concedine  Edw,  butcher,  res  1322  Harrison 
Concordia  Fire  Insurance  Co  of  Milwaukee,   H   Griffin  a<rt,  958 

Broadway 
Condron  John,  employe  California  and  Nevada  Railroad,  res  w  s 

Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-second 
Cone  Carrie  M  Mrs,  res  1011  Linden 
Cone  John,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1715  Atlantic 
Cone  John,  blacksmith,  res  1715  Atlantic 

Cone  Mamie  Miss,  tailoress  Greenhood  &  Moran,  res  1715  Atlantic 
Cone  W  H,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  East  Berkeley 
Congdon  Ernest  N,  stationer,  861  Broadway,  res  815  Webster 
Congdon  Georgietta  N,  teacher,  res  1112  Eleventh  ave 
Conger  Benjamin  S,  pattern  maker,  res  1062  Kirkham 
Conger  Benjamin  T,  printer.  S  F,  res  1062  Kirkham 
Congregation  Beth  Jacob,  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Congregational  Association  of  Christian  Chinese,  623  Tenth 
Congregational  Church,  J  K  McLean  pastor,  N  W    cor   Twelfth 

and  Clay 
Congregational  Church,  cor  Claremont  and  Humboldt  ave,  North 

Temescal 
Conidre  J  Mme,  res  920  Broadway 
CONKLIN  &  BLACK  (H  L  Conklin  Jr  and  A  W  Black)  grocers, 

1305  Telegraph  ave 
Conklin  Charles  W,  telephone  inspector,  S  F,  res  1160  Peralta 
Conklin  Frank  G,  California  Glove  Co,  S  F,  res  1326  Fourth  ave 
Conklin  H  L  Jr  (Conklin  &  Black)  res  816  Thirty-fourth 
Conklin  Laura  Mrs,  res  807  East  Twelfth 
Conlan  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  res  1324  Tenth  ave 
Conley  D,  hostler  P  Pumyea,  res  Eighth 


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Conley  Frank,  longshoreman,  res  921  Fifth 
Conley  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1622  Union 
Conlin  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlin  James  E,  plumber  T  J  Brady,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlin  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  809  Twenty  second 
Conlin  Mollie,  dressmaker,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlon  Henry,  machinist,  res  814  Henry 
Conlon  John  D,  lather,  res  654  Linden 
Conlon  Robert  A,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  814  Henry 
Conly  Maggie,  domestic,  933  Peralta 

Ccnneally  Jeremiah,  tailor  Brown  &  McKinnon,  res  1752    Tele- 
graph ave 
Connecticut  Fire  Insurance  Co,  Snvder  &  Gillis  agts,  467  Ninth 

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HARTFORD,  HB  Sears  Jr  agent,  472  Tenth 

Connel  Josie  W,  domestic,  1155  Madison 

Connell  Bridget  Mrs,  res  809  Sixteenth 

Connell  James,  plumber,  904  Washington,  res  Twenty-second  nr 
San  Pablo  ave 

Connell  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 

Connell  John,  res  1269  Twelfth 

Connell  Joseph,  millman,  res  690  Market 

Connell  Mary  Mrs,  res  1269  Twelfth 

Connell  May  Miss,  milliner,  res  1269  Twelfth 

Connell  Rose  Miss,  milliner,  res  1269  Twelfth 

Connell  William,  teamster,  res  213  Sixth 

Cormellan  Laurence  C,  laborer,  res  1662  Pacific 

Cormellan  M  T,  agent,  res  1662  Pacific 

Connelly  Annie  Miss,  cook,  Elm  wood 

Connelly  Frank,  laborer,  res  953  Fifth 

Connelly  John,  laborer,  res  674  Thirty-sixth 

Connelly  Katie  Miss,  weaver  California  Cotton  Mills 

Connelly  Patrick,  laborer  S  P  Co.  res  1815  Seventh 

Connelly  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1763  Seventh 

Connelly  Patrick,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William 

Connelly  Peter,  laborer,  res  1063J  Kirkham 

Conner  Fred  P,  printer,  res  1114  East  Seventeenth 

Conner  James,  dairyman,  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  East  Thirty- 
third 

Conner  J  M,  carpenter,  res  1511  Seventh 

Conner  Moses  S,  res  1114  East  Seventeenth 

Conner  William,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1662  Sixteenth 

Conners  — ,  expressman,  NE  cor  Willow  and  Seventh,  res   1717 
Twelfth 

Conners   &  Federspiel  (John    Conners   and  Andrew  Federspiel) 
(successors to  C  R  Lewis  &  Co)  fruit  and  produce,  467  Eleventh 

Conners  John  (Conners  &  Federspiel)  res  La  Clede  House 

Conners  John  F,  reporter  Evening  Tribune,  res  1068  Fourteenth 


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Conners  John  J,  horseshoer  Robert  Gil  more,  res  Capito   Hotel 
Conners  Maggie  Miss,  teacher  Cole  School,  res  1068  Fourteenth 
Conners  Mamie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Conners  Mary  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mill 
Conners  M  E  Miss,  teacher  High  School,  res  1068  Fourteenth 
Conners  Timothy,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1012  Cypress 
Conners  William,  porter  F  Delger,  res  664  Twentieth 
Connerton   Owen   Mrs,  groceries  and  provisions,  NW   cor  Wood 

and  Lincoln 
Connole}^  John,  employe  Pacific  Nail  Works,  res  1771  William 
Connoley  Kate  Miss,  employe  Cotton  Mill,  res  1771  William 
Connoley  Mary  Mrs,  res  1771  William 
Connoley  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1771  William 
Connolly  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  328  East  Fourteenth 
Connolly  Bertie,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Connolly  Delia  Miss,  domestic,  res  572  Tenth 
Connolly  Dennis,  stableman  P  Pumyea,  res  216  Eighth 
Connolly  Frank,  seaman,  res  921  Fifth 
Connolly  Maggie,  domestic,  914  Fourteenth 
Connolly  Maria,  domestic,  1311  Harrison 
Connolly  Maria  A,  domestic,  1057  Market 
Connolly   Martin,  laborer  California    Cotton  Mill,  res  Brooklyn 

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Connolly  N,  butcher,  San  Pablo  Avenue  Station,  res  cor  Hallet 

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Connor  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  1319  Twelfth 
Connor  Lizzie  Miss,  res  East  Twenty-seventh  bet  Twenty-second 

and  Twenty-third  aves 
Connor  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  571  Tenth 
Connor  Patrick,  laborer,  res  223  Ettie 

Connor  Samuel,  farmer,  res  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  East  Thirty- 
fourth 
Connor  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1012  Cypress 
Connor  William  J,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1662  Sixteenth 
Connors  Alice,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Connors  Andrew,  laborer,  res  1763  Seventh 
Connors  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  1062  Twenty-fourth 
Connors  John,  blacksmith,  res  Capitol  Hotel 
Connors  John,  laborer,  res  Thirty-sixth  nr  Grove 
Connors  Mamie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1082  East  Twenty-fourth 
Conolly  Maria,  res  1311  Harrison 
Conrad  A,  clerk,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Clay 
Conrad  Alexander,  with  John  Ward,  res  757  Webster 
Conrad  Aloise  Mrs,  res  757  Webster 
Conrad  Oscar,  gardener,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Fruit  Vale 

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Conracli  &  Moss  (Philip  Conradi  and  L  Moss)  and  cigar  dealars, 
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Conradi  Philip  (Conradi  &  Moss)  and  cigar  mfr,  S  F,  res  224  Fourth 

Conrant  Benjamin,  with  T  W  Spring,  San  Jose,  res  855  Clay 

0<>nrey  J  F,  laborer,  res  451  B 

Conroy  E  C,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  655  Seventh 

Conroy  Eugene  C,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  770  Seventh 

Conroy  John,  roller  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1007  Third 

Conroy  Julia  Miss,  domestic,  1364  Broadway 

Conroy  Maggie,  domestic,  224  Twelfth 

Conroy  Thomas,  res  1051  Wood 

Conry  Henry,  laborer,  res  1312  West 

Conry  Martin,  laborer,  res  1312  West 

Considine  Catherine,  domestic,  1322  Harrison 

Considine  Patrick,  grocer,  218  Sixth 

Continental   Insurance   Co   of   New   York,  H    Griffin  agt,    958 

Broadway 
Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,  Geo  H  Hallett,  P  Bartlett 

and  P  E  Dal  ton  proprs,  office  867  Broadway,  laundry  SW 

cor  Fourteenth  and  Kirkham 
CONTRA  COSTA  PICKLE  WORKS,  John  Krattiger  proprietor, 

SE  cor  First  and  Webster 
CONTRA  COSTA  WATER  CO,  Henry  Pierce  president,  A  Chabot 

vice-president,  Wm  H  Mead  secretary,  office  458  Eighth 
Contreras  Clara  Miss,  domestic,  res  1160  Union 
Contreras  Fred,  driver  E  A  BroAvn,  res  Fortieth  nr  Grove 
Contreras  Pietro,  laborer  Oregon  Improvement  Co,  res  Temescal 
CONVENT  OF  MERCY,  Sister  Mary  Carmel  superioress,  boarding 

and  day  school,  cor  Fifteenth  and  Fifteenth  ave 
Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart,  1534  Webster 
Converce  E  C  Mrs,  res  617  Twelfth 
Converse  S  Mrs,  res  126  Ninth 
Conwar  A,  nurse  Oakland  Hospital 
Conway  A  Mrs,  res  512  Ninth 

Conway  Chris,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commer- 
cial Union 
CONWAY  JOHN  P,  proprietor  Oakland  Livery  Stable,  368  Eighth, 

res  663  Sixth 
Conway  Thomas,  gardener,  res  Birch  nr  Broadway 
Coody  Richard  E,  letter  carrier,  res  566  Twenty-fourth 
Cooey  — ,  clerk  Watson  &  Co,  res  Wilcox  Block 
Coogan  T  C,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1217  Filbert 
Cook  Alexander  J,  cattle  dealer,  res  1354  Eleventh  ave 
Cook  Alexander  J  Jr,  traveling  agt,  res  1354  Eleventh  ave 
Cook  Alice,  domestic,  1387  Alice 

Cook  Alice  Miss,  res  s  s  Forty-third  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Cook  Alice  Miss,  Salvation  Army,  res  963  Franklin 
Cook  Alice  Miss,  res  416  East  Twenty-third 
Cook  Amanda,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 
Cook  Andrew  R,  cattle  dealer,  res  1354  Eleventh  ave 


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Cook  A  M  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1215  Jefferson 

Cook  Capt  Mrs,  res  821  Washington 

Cook  C  J,  teamster  J  Lusk  Canning  Co 

Cook  Carroll,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  122  Lake 

Cook  Charles,  teamster  Encinal  Flour  Mills,  751  Washington 

Cook  Charles  W,  stock  broker,  bds  504  Fifteenth 

Cook  Charles  W,  clerk  Southern  California  Insurance  Co,  S  F, 
res  1325  Linden 

Cook  Cosumnus,  artist,  res  s  s  Forty-third  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Cook  Edith  M,  elocution  teacher,  res  1215  Jefferson 

Cook  Edward  P,  asst  storekeeper  S  P  Co,  res  1325  Linden 

Cook  Ernest  A,  confectionery,  1463  Seventh 

Cook  Frank,  clerk  Harrison  &  Boyce,  res  1718  Chase 

Cook  Frank  J,  merchant,  res  493  Twenty-third 

Cook  F  M,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Cook  G  W,  employe  nail  works,  res  854  Brush 

Cook  George  W,  chemist,  res  1325  Linden 

Cook  George  W  Jr,  clerk,  res  1325  Linden 

Cook  Grace  M  Miss,  student,  res  464  East  Twelfth 

Cook  George  W  Jr,  clerk,  res  1325  Linden 

Cook  Harriet  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1215  Jefferson 

Cook  Henry  A,  salesman,  res  1354  Eleventh  ave 

Cook  Joseph  P,  student,  res  1227  Linden 

Cook  Leonard,  farmer,  res  s  s  Forty-third  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Cook  Louisa  M  Mrs,  res  1215  Chestnut 

Cook  N  B,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  cor  Central  ave 
and  High,  Alameda 

Cook  Nellie  Miss,  teacher  Lafavette  School,  res  1325  Linden 

COOK  0  C>  Tenth  Street  News  Agency,  NW  cor  Tenth  and 
Broadway,  res  565  Tenth 

Cook  Oliver,  engineer,  res  218  Seventh 

Cook  Peter,  proof-reader  Enquirer  Office,  res  1222  Fourteenth 

Cook  Silvin  L,  clerk,  S  F.  res  762  Ninth 

Cook  S  M,  res  528  Ninth 

Cook  Sly  van  L,  salesman,  res  762  Ninth 

Cook.  Thomas  A,  clerk,  res  560  Twenty-fifth 

Cook  Thomas  K,  collector  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  1222  Fourteenth 

Cook  William  F,  salesman  J  W  Ballard,  res  1718  Chase 

Cooke  Alice,  domestic,  res  808  Harrison 

Cooke  Clara  Miss,  cor  Tenth  ave  north  of  Twenty-fourth,  E  Oakl'nd 

Cooke  D  D,  with  Hornberger  &  Co,  res  1226  San  Pablo  ave 

Cooke  Frank  W,  compositor,  S  F,  res  1309  Eighth 

Cooke  H  E  Mrs,  res  1227  Linden 

Cooke  John  L  (Cooke  &  Waterman)  res  SW  cor  East  Twenty- 
sixth  and  Tenth  ave 

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Cooke  W  H  Rev,  pastor  Golden  Gate  Congregational  Church,  res 
925  Thirty-sixth 

Cooks  Louis,  paper  dealer,  &  F,  res  1524  Eighth 

Cool  George  Dr,  res  2232  Telegraph  ave 

COOL  RUSSELL  H,  dentist,  Dietz  Opera  House,  NE  cor  Twelfth 
and  Webster,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Coolbaudi  E  Mrs,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 

C00LBRITH  INA  D  MISS,  librarian  Oakland  Free  Library,  res 
1267  Webster 

Cooledge  Estella,  res  695  Thirty-fourth 

Cooley  Agnes  Mrs,  res  870  Castro 

Cooley  Alice  Kingsbury  Mrs,  authoress,  res  1214  Thirtieth 

Cooley  Frank  L,  res  1214  Thirtieth 

Cooley  Herman,  civil  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1665  Seward 

Cooley  John  T,  hostler  D  Gannon,  res  Watts  nr  Park 

Cooley  Francis  M  Col,  solicitor,  res  1214  Thirtieth 

Coolidge  Charles  A,  telegraph  operator,  res  695  Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge  Effie  M  Miss,  res  594  Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge  Fannie  Miss,  stenographer  and  type  writer,  res  695 
Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge  George  W,  coffee  and  spice  mill,  S  F,  res  Girard  House 

Coolidge  James  C,  deputy  sheriff  and  asst  jailer,  res  695  Thirty- 
fourth 

Coon  H  P  Mrs,  res  1159  Alice 

COON  MATHEW  F>  wood  engraver,  409  Sansome,  S  F,  res 
Twelfth  bet  Powell  and  Folsom,  San  Pablo  Avenue  Station 

Cooper  E  G,  teacher  Oakland  Business  College,  1015  Clay 

Cooper  E  M,  gen  supt  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co's  Express,  res  933 
Adeline 

Cooper  Emma,  domestic,  1252  Franklin 

Cooper  E  Russell,  law  student  Moore  &  Reed  and  sec  Oakland 
Canoe  Club,  res  829  Grove 

COOPER  E  T>  architect,  surveyor,  draughtsman,  and  blue  print- 
ing, 829  Grove,  res  same 

Cooper  F,  cop  winding  foreman  California  Jute  Mill  Co,  res  1019 
Fifth  ave 

Cooper  Francis,  teamster  Taylor  &  Co,  res  SW  cor  Third  and 
Jefferson 

Cooper  Frank,  employe  California  Jute  Mill  Co,  res  1019  Fifth  ave 

COOPER  FRANK  J,  saloon,  601  Third,  res  same 

Cooper  H  O,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  857  Myrtle 

Cooper  I  Mrs,  res  1662  Atlantic 

Cooper  James,  charger  Judson  Nail  Works,  res  1210  Peralta 

Cooper  Mary  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1210  Peralta 

Cooper  May  L  Miss,  teacher  elocution  Field  Seminary 

Cooper  T  H  Mrs,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Cooper  William,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  1816  Seward 

Cooper  William,  gardener,  res  161  Third 


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Cooper  William,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  1659  William 

Cope  Amanda  Miss,  res  1003  Fifth 

Cope  George  W  (C  H  Maddox  &  Co)  res  1318  Market 

Cope  W  W,  atty-at-law,  res  1318  Market 

Copeland  A,  bridge  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  618  East  Seventeenth 

Copeland  Frank,  waiter,  res  168  Fifth 

Copeland  Ira,  groceries,  1669  San  Pablo  ave,  res  688  Twenty- 
Fourth 

Copeland  Isaac,  assayer  and  mining  expert,  res  688  Twenty- 
fourth 

Copeland  Isaac,  conveyancer,  res  688  Twenty-fourth 

Copeland  Rebecca  Miss,  res  711  Fourth 

COPLIN  ALANSON-  corsets,  ladies'  underwear  and  children's 
goods,  1171  Broadway,  and  editor  and  proprietor  Holiness 
Evangelist,  and  pastor  Church  of  Christ,  res  556  Twentieth 

Copp  Charles  W,  lather,  res  1265  Cypress 

Copp  H  Mrs,  res  1550  Broadway 

Coppe  Antoinette  Mrs,  res  866  Isabella 

Corbert  Annie  L  Mrs,  res  969  Kirkham 

Corbett  Emma  Miss,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  James,  eclectric  light  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  James,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  517  Ninth 

Corbett  James  Jr,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  John,  jeweler  Geo  C  Scherve  &  Co,  S  F,  res  820  Twelfth 

Corbett  Joseph,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  Lizzie  Miss,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  Mary,  domestic,  710  Fourteenth 

Corbett  Roger,  mining,  res  163  Seventh 

Corbett  Sarah  Mrs,  res  815  Filbert,  rear 

Cor  bin  Caroline  C  Mrs,  res  1061  Seventh  ave 

Corby  Jane  Miss,  domestic,  969  Grove 

Corcoran  Catherine  Miss,  res  1378  Ninth 

Corcoran  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1467  Fifth 

Corcoran  James,  res  1378  Ninth 

Corcoran  William,  contractor,  res  957  Eighth 

Cordan  Antonio  C,  barber,  res  368  East  Sixteenth 

Cordan  Emanuel  C,  res  368  East  Sixteenth 

Cordan  F  C  (Cordan  &  Snow)  res  368  East  Sixteenth 

Cordan  &  Snow  (F  C  Cordan  and  J  C  Snow")  barbers,  606  East 
Twelfth 

Cordano  Antonio,  bootblack,  455  Seventh,  res  658  Myrtle 

Cordano  John,  laborer,  res  612  Filbert,  rear 

Cordano  Michael,  bootblack,  res  655  Myrtle 

Corder  John,  engineer,  res  759  Grove 

Corder  Thomas  W,  tanner  and  wool  puller,  res  972  Center 

Cordero  Domi,  gardener  M  M  Ayala 

Cordes  Anna  A  Miss,  teacher  Harrison  School,  res  Alameda 

Cordes  H  C,  commercial  traveler,  res  1077  Twelfth 


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Cordes  J  J  E,  solicitor  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res  Alameda 
Cordes  M  L   Miss,  asst  agt   S  P   Co,   Brooklyn  Station,  res  468 

East  Eleventh 
Cordes  Til  lie  Miss,  telegraph  operator,  Brooklyn  Station,  res  468 

East  Eleventh 
Cordiell  Thomas,  capitalist,  res  1389  Alice 
Cordon  M  J  Miss,  res  368  East  Sixteenth 
Cordozo  A  F,  farmer,  res  580  Thirty-fifth 
Cordozo  Joseph,  laborer  Oakland  Wharf,  res  1706  William 
Cordray  Nephi,  farmer,  res  n  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Grove 
Corkery  Annie  Miss,  res  1326  Eleventh  ave 
Corkery  Dennis,  clerk  Jo^ce  &  Co,  res  1326  Eleventh  ave 
Corkery  Julia  Miss,  domestic,  981  Fifth  ave 
Corless  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  1453  Telegraph  ave 
Corley  Thomas,  gardenei>res  County  Road  nr  Carroll 
Corliss  Elium  M,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  887  Pine 
Corliss  John  O,  minister  (Seventh-day  Adventist)  res  826  Six- 
teenth 
Cornberger  Charles,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Second  ave  nr  Birch 
Corneal  Thomas  B,  employe  J  Liuk  Canning  Co,  res  720  Fourteenth 
Cornell  Annie  Mrs,  res  964  New  Broadway 

Cornell  Charles  E,  bookkeeper  Fulton  Iron  Works,  res  1365  Thir- 
teenth ave 
Cornell  Charles  M,  contractor,  res  561  East  Eighteenth 
Cornell  Irving  E,  fruits  and  vegetables,  1502  Eighth 
Cornelian  L  C,  cleaner  S  H  Co,  res  1662  Pacific 
Cornfield  Jacob,  peddler  dry  goods,  res  517  Third 
Cornfield  Solomon,  machinist,  res  517  Third 

Cornish  William  C,  gardener,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 
Cornor  Charles  B,  bootmaker  C  W  Cornor,  res  917  Webster 
Cornor  Charles  W,  boot  and   shoemaker,  367  Twelfth  and  1104 

Market,  res   917  Webster 
Cornor  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  810  Jackson 
Cornwall  Alice  H  Miss,  res  1369  Twenty-fourth  ave 
Cornwall  Henry  F,  shoe  cutter  G  Pringle,  S  F,  res  1369  Twenty- 
fourth  ave 
Cornwall  Joseph  H,  S  F,  res  1156  Alice 
Cornwell  A  Mrs,  res  756  Seventh 

Corn  well  Ambrose,  dentist,  1069  Broadway,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Cornwell  John,  roller  Berkeley  Rolling  Mill,  res  1934  Poplar 
Cornwell  M  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  625  Fourteenth 
Corothers  Mary  Mrs,  res  558  Sixth 
Corpstein  Katie  Miss,  res  1075  East  Twenty-third 
Corr  Henry,  janitor  Athenian  Club,  res  1055  Broadway 
Corran  W  H  L,  publisher,  S  F,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Corrigan  — ,  employe  planing  mill,  res  Adeline  nr  County  Road 
Corrigan  Daniel,  hostler  Broadway  and  Piedmont  Railroad,  res 
Mather  nr  Piedmont  ave 


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Corrigan  John  S,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  cor  Sher- 
man and  Adeline,  Fruit  Vale 

Corrigan  Peter,  boiler  maker,  res  824  Linden 

Corsigla  J  (J  Corsigla  &  Co)  res  408  Seventh 

Corsigla  J  &  Co  (J  Corsigla  and  D  Grasso)  fruits  and  produce, 
408  Seventh 

Cortage   Edward  L,  watchman  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  1667  William 

Cortage  Harry,  clerk  A  Kraft,  res  1667  William 

Cortage  Smiley  L,  porter,  S  F,  res  1667  William 

Corte  Louis,  porter,  res  527  Second 

Corvalho  M  R,  foundryman,  res  248  Harlan 

Cor  win  Cecil,  clerk  W  B  Hardy,  res  947  Campbell 

Corwin  Emeline  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  947  Campbell 

Corwin  Everett,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1784  Division 

Corwin  Francis,  type  writer,  res  947  Campbell 

Cory  Charles  F,  paper  hanger,  res  Ettie  nr  Park  ave 

Coryell  A  Mrs,  res  823  Twenty-ninth 

Coryell  L  Miss,  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  665  Twen- 
tieth 

COSMOPOLITAN  EXCHANGE,  T  D  Sullivan  proprietor,  cor 
Telegraph  ave  and  Fiftieth 

Cosmopolitan  Mutual  Building  and  Loan  Association,  W  K  Van- 
derslice  pres,  P  F  Morehouse  sec,  office  626  East  Twelfth 

Coss  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Winters  Hotel 

Cosser  J,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1026  Fifth 

Cosser  William  J,  nailer,  res  9,69  Fifth 

Cosseron  Armand,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  n  s  McKee  nr  Adeline 

Cossmann  Edward,  laborer  East  Oakland  Brewery,  res  401  East 
Twelfth 

Costa  Frank  P,  waiter  J  C  Rodrigues 

Costa  John,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Costa  John,  employe  Judson  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  152  Linden 

Costa  John,  laborer,  res  1040  East  Twentieth 

Costa  John  Jr,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Costa  Joseph,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Costa  Joseph,  laborer  pottery,  res  1073  Fourteenth  ave 

Costa  Joseph,  laborer,  res  753  East  Twelfth 

Costa  Joseph  N,  tanner  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  824  East  Four- 
teenth 

Costa  Tony,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1012    Third 

Costello  K  Mrs,  dressmaker,  2224  Peralta 

Costello  Martin  F,  steward  Brooklyn  Hotel,  S  F,  res  2234  Peralta 
;  Costigan  Augustus  B,  clerk,  1305  Franklin 

Costigan  James  M  (Costigan,  Cohen  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1305  Franklin 

Costigan  John  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  460  East  Eleventh 

Cosetillo  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  1885  Telegraph  ave 

Cottage  Restaurant,  L  G  Garon  propr,  553  Broadway 

Cotter  Julia  Mrs,  res  967  Cypress 

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Cotter  Patrick,  porter  Oakland  Cable  Co 

Cotter  Thomas,  wool  dealer,  S  F,  res  14^7  Castro 

Cottier  Emily  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  561  East  Eleventh 

Cottier  Hatrie  H  Miss,  res  410  Durant 

Cottier  Mamie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  561  East  Eleventh 

Cottier  W  T,  clerk,  S  F,  res  410  Durant 

Cottle  Timothy  C,  policeman,  res  1457  Twelfth  ave 

Cotton  Frank  E,  carpenter,  res  590  Thirty-fifth 

Cotton  Leandro  F,  painting  contractor,  res  714  Castro 

Cottrell  Harry   D,  clerk  Fireman's  Fund  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res 

1221  Myrtle 
Cottrell  Henry,  with  J  N  Knowles,  S  F,  res  1221  Myrtle 
Coughlan  John,  blacksmith's  helper,  res  1519  Seventh 
Coughlin  Charles,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 
Coughlin  J,  foreman,  res  Clarendon  House 
Coughlin  Jeremiah,  hostler  Charles  Robinson,  res  835  Brush 
Coughlin  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1519  Seventh 
Coughlin  John   J,    bookkeeper    M    De   La    Montanya,    res    855 

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Coughlin  Robert,  filemaker  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 
Coughnan  Kate  Mrs,  res  123  Hannah 
Coulter  Louise  Miss,  res  471  East  Twelfth 
Coulter  W  A,  artist,  res  1358  Eighth 

Council  No   1889,  E  F    Kohler  commander,    C  T  Jenkins    sec, 
meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,   1506  Seventh,  first  and  third  Wed- 
nesdays each  month 
County  Assessor,  Thomas  Molloy,  office  Court  House 
County  Board    of    Education,  O  S    Ingham    pres,    office   Court 

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County  Clerk  and  Auditor,  Charles  T  Boardman,  office  Hall  of 

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County  Jail,  e  s  Washington  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
County  Receiving   Hospital,  Dr  H  T   Legler  in  charge,  basement 

Hall  of  Records 
County  Recorder,  Firman  D  Hind,  office  Hall  of  Records 
County  Superintendent  of  Schools,  P  M  Fisher,  office  Court  House 
County  Surveyor,  George  L  Nusbaumer,  office  Court  House 
County  Treasurer,  S  Huff,  office  Court  House,  res  San  Leandro 
Couper  George,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1662  Atlantic 
Couper  James,  shipwright,  res  1662  Atlantic 
Couralet  Jeanne  Miss,  res  1370  Broadway 
Couralet  Julian,  gardener,  2409  Telegraph  ave 
Courlet  Jean,  gardener,  res  855  Alice 
Courrier  Ethel,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  1465  Curtis 
Coursen  Edgar  A,  collector,  res  872  Willow 

Coursen  Ida  L  Miss,  operator  Pacific  Postal  Telegraph  Cable  Co, 
res  872  Willow 


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Court  Commissioner,  Frederick  E  Whitney,  95 7  Broadway 

Court  Joseph,  bootmaker,  res  1237  Peralta 

Court  Pacific  Ancient  Order  Foresters  No    7115,  meets   at    Ger- 

mania  Hall 
Court  Shell  Mound  Ancient  Order  Foresters,  meets  Klinkner  Hall, 

San  Pablo  Station 
Couse  Robert,  carpenter,  res  710  Twenty-fifth 
Covalt  A  B,  agt  Pacific  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co,  res  1119  Jeffer- 
son 
Covalt  C  C,  painter  Columbus  Carriage  Co,  res  562  East  Tenth 
Covell  Calvin  M,  student,  res  1372  Tenth 
Covell  Charles,  tinner  O  C  Kirk,  res  Oakland  House 
Covell  C  H,  real  estate,  res  1372  Tenth 
Coveney  John  William,  carpenter,  res  816  Harrison 
Coveno  Andrew,  laborer  S  P    Co,  res   cor  Santa    Clara  ave   and 

Stanton 
Covert  Fred,  nurse  Oakland  Hospital 
Covert  S  H,  real  estate,  res  1014  Broadway 
Cowan  R,  mechanic,  res  753  Seventh 
Cowan  David  D,  ship  carpenter,  res  1813  William 
Cowan  David  E,  res  1813  William 
Cowan  Ewing,  house  painter,  res  720  Henry 
Cowan  Laura  Mrs,  res  1063  Eleventh  ave 
Cowan   William  H,  carpenter  Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co,  res  Union 

Hotel 
Coward  Herbert,  clerk  F  H  Crane,  res  1975  Broadway 
Coward  Percy,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  320  Fourteenth 
Cowell  John,  carpenter,  res  367  East  Eighteenth 
Cowell  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1656  Thirteenth  ave 
Cowell  Richard,  carpenter,  res  412  East  Sixteenth 
Cowell  Richard  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  412  East  Sixteenth 
Cowell  Thomas,  carriage  trimmer,  res  656  Twenty-third 
Cowell   Thomas,    carriage    trimmer  F   H    Carpenter,    res    1656 

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Cowell  William,  student,  res  1656  Thirteenth  ave 
Cowell  Thomas,  gardener,  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  Twentieth 
Cowen  Belle  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  522  Seventeenth 
Cowen  L,  domestic,  W  A  Holcomb,  522  Seventeenth 
Cowen  William  H,  res  Union  Hotel 

Cowhan  Jay,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  725  Henry 
Cowhan  John,  painter,  res  725  Henry 
Cowley  William  A,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1004  Pine 
Cox  Alexander  M,  clerk  post-office  S  F,  res  1554  Eighth 
Cox  Carrie  R  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  362  Eleventh 
Cox  Edward  John,  saddler's  ironmonger,  res  924  Kirkham 
Cox  Fannie  Mrs,  res  1785  William 
Cox  George,  turner,  res  202  B 
Cox  George  Jr,  turner,  res  202  B 


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Cox  George  F  (Cox  &  Wallenstein,  S  F)  res  1362  Eleventh 

Cox  H  G,  horse  trainer,  res  Randlett  House 

Cox  J  T  Mrs,  physician,  954  Broadway 

Cox  J  W,  pres  Oakland  Box  and  Barrel  Co,  res  cor  Tenth  and 

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Cox  Mary  J  Mrs,  groceries,  202  B 
Cox  Patrick  A  (McMillan  &  Cox)  res  837  Market 
Cox  Preston  T,  hay   and  grain,   1957   San  Pablo  ave,    res  1746 

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Cox  Thomas  J,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  865  East  Fifteenth 
Cox  Webster,  laborer,  res  1746  Market 

Coxhead  Thomas  C,  physician,  1068  Broadway,  res  674  Sixteenth 
Coyle  John  Rev,  pastor  First  M  E  Church,  res  1401  Castro 
Coyle  Lizzie  Miss,  asst  cook,  1561  San  Pablo  ave 
Coyna  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1437  Seventh 
Coyne  Dennis,  apprenticed  cigar  mfr,  825  Chester 
Coyne  John,  apprenticed  machinist  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works, 

res  825  Chester 
Coyne  John,  millwright  Pacific  Iron  and    Nail    Works,  res    825 

Chester 
Coyne  John,  with  P  Gibbons,  res  1473  Seventh 
Coyne  John,  tinsmith,  S  F,  res  571  Tenth 
Coyne  Mary  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Coyne  Michael,  car  repairer  S  P  Co.  res  825  Chester 
Cozzens  J  A  Mrs,  teacher,  res  172  Second 
Crabillo  Pedro,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Crabtree  C  L,  asst  general  baggage  agt  S  P   Co,  res  560  East 

Sixteenth 
Crabtree  Eunice  Mrs,  res  1653  Grove 
Crabtree  Thomas,  blacksmith,  cor  Twenty-second  and  San  Pablo 

ave,  res  Areata  House 
(Jraddock  Charles  F,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  262  Eighth 
Craddock  George  W,  printer  F  A  Leach,  res  262  Eighth 
Craddock  Ida  C,  stenographer  and  teacher,  res  830  Twenty- second 
Craddock  Jesse  H,  atty-at-law,  res  1413  Grove 
Craffe  Henry,  res  1052  East  Twenty-first 
Craffe  Josie  Miss,  res  1052  East  Twenty-first 
Craft  E  B  Mrs,  res  East  Thirtieth  nr  Twenty-first  ave 
Craft  H  M,  clerk  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res  East  Thirtieth 

bet  Twentieth  and  Twenty-first  aves 
Craft  John,  baker  California  Bakery,  res  1557  Broadway 
Craft  Nellie  E  Miss,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 
Craft  Mabel  Miss,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 
Craft  N  E  (Craft  &  Russell)  grocers,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 
Craft  Richard  C,  with  Craft  &  Russell,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 
Craft  k,  Russell  (N  E  Craft  and  G  A  Russell)  grocers,  552  and 

554  East  Twelfth 
Crafts  F  N,  fireman  steamer  Oakland,  res  317|  Seventh 


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Crafts  Lilly  Mrs,  res  317J  Seventh 

Cragwell  Mary  Miss,  cook,  res  1359  Twelfth 

Craib  Elizabeth  Mrs,  milliner  L  H  Briggs,  res  Girard  House 

Craig  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Craig  Albert,  photographer,  S  F,  res  177  Eighth 

Craig  Frank,  expressman,  res  1080  East  Seventeenth 

Craig  Fred,  laborer,  res  717  Lewis 

Craig  Homer  A,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  2223  Grove 

Craig  Hugh,  mgr  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  Vernal  ave, 

Piedmont 
Craig  John  A,  gardener,  1954  Webster 
Craig  Victor,  photographer,  S  F,  res  177  Eighth 
Craig  W  Fred,  machinist,  res  717  Lewis 
Craig  William  B,  expressman,  res  1080  East  Seventeenth 
Craig  William  B  Jr,  expressman,  res  1080  East  Seventeenth 
Crai^  William  C,  carpenter,  res  715  Nineteenth 
CRAIG  WILLIAM  H>  dentist,  1055  Broadway,  rms  1-4 
Craig  W  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Union  Hotel,  East  Oakland 
Craker  J  T,  sash,  door  and  blind  factory,  S  F,  res  1709  Twelfth 
Cram  E  G  (Beardsley  &  Cram)  re3  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Jefferson 
Cramer  A  E  H,  cashier  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  1509  Broadway 
Cramer  John  D,  painter,  res  760  Third 
Crandall  F  A  C  Miss,  res  ^  678  Lincoln 
Crandall  H  B,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1678  Lincoln 
Crandall  L  A  Miss,  res  1678  Lincoln 
Crandell  Benjamin,  express,  res  675  East  Twenty-fourth 
Crandell  Chester  S,  clerk  Charles  Baab,  res  1008  Ninth  ave 
Crandell  M  Mrs,  res  1662  Fourteenth 
Crandell  Thomas  B,  carpenter,  res  1008  Ninth  ave 
Crandly  William,  employe  Bed  Rubber  Stamp  Co,  S  F,  res  865 

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Crane  Addison  M,  atty-at-law,  res  584  Thirty-fifth 
Crane  C  C.  ticket  agt  D  &  R  G   R  R,  S  F,  res  Arlington  House 
Crane  C  M  Mrs,  res  w  s  McCall  bet  Benton  and  Mariposa 
Crane  Charles  W,  real  estate,  res  616  Eighteenth 
Crane    Fred    H,    hardware   broker,    1004    Broadway,    res    1975 

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Crane  George  H,  student,  res  1630  Eighth 
Crane  Gertrude  A  Miss,  res  584  Thirty-fifth 
Crane  Gertrude  A  Mrs,  res  584  Thirty-fifth 
Crane  H  F,  atty-at-law,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway,  res  San 

Leandro 
Crane  Henry  R,  carpenter,  res  420  Sixth 
Crane  James  E,  auditor  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  511  Seventeenth 
Crane  Julia  Miss,  res  1412  Castro 

Crane  Lydia  J  Mrs,  lodging  house,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Broadway 
Crane  Thomas,  electrotyper  Pacific  Press,  res  719  Eleventh 
Crane  W  W  Mrs,  res  971  Market 


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Cranwell  Jas  Rev,  asst  pastor  St  Mary's  Church,  res  616  Seventh 
Cranwell  Thomas  Rev,  asst  pastor  Church  of    the  Immaculate 

Conception,  res  616  Seventh 
Cranz  Ewald,  salesman,  res  1615  Eighth 
Cranz  Ferdinand,  agt  Sutro  &  Co,  res  1615  Eighth 
Cranz  Theod,  tea  merchant,  res  1615  Eighth 
Cranz  Tony  Miss,  res  1615  Eighth 
Crase  James,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1421   Twelfth 
Crause  J  C,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  2130  Chestnut 
Crause  H  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  864  Chester 
Craven  Andrew  F,  school  teacher,  res  481  Prospect 
Craven  Louis  S,  Policy  Fireman  Fund,  S  F,  res  1315  Myrtle 
Crawford  Arthur  W,  carpenter,  res  404  Fifth 
Crawford    Charles   C,   with    Hamilton  &  Brown,  res  466  Thir- 
teenth 
Crawford  E  C  Mrs,  res  1366  Harrison 

Crawford  J  K,  carpenter  Nelson  &  Madsen,  res  Webers  Hotel 
Crawford  John  M,  collector   Beal  Street  Wharf,  res  1159  Center 
Crawford  John  W,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Todd  and  Baker 
Crawford  Lucy  E  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  2321   Tele- 
graph ave 
Crawford  Thomas,  clerk  G  F  Smith,  S  F,  res  1521  Ninth 
CRAWFORD    T   0>   superintendent   Home  for  Adult  Blind,  cor 
Telegraph  ave  and  Thirty-sixth,  res  same,  post-office  box  393 
Crawford  William,  clerk  Phelan   &  Fish,  res  cor  Broadway  and 

Twelfth 
Crawley  W  S,  res  Willson  House 
Creamer  James,  shoemaker,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Creamer  Jessie,  student,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Crebbin  John  (Crebbin  &  Walker)  res  371  Tenth 
Crebbin  &  Walker  (John  Crebbin  and  George  Walker)  proprs  Pa- 
cific Oyster  House,  469  Eleventh 
Creed  William  H,  atty-at-law,S  F,  res  541  Twenty-first 
Cregwell  May  Miss,  domestic,  res  1359  Twelfth 
Crellen  Thomas,  pres  California  Hosiery  Co,  1364  Broadway 
Crellin  John,  capitalist,  res  1061  Oak 
Crellin  T  A,  res  1061  Oak 
Cremer  John,  painter,  res  760  Third 
Crestett  Peter,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Crestetto  J,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Crestetto  James,  blacksmith,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-ninth 
Criffe  Henry,  res  1052  East  Twenty-first 

Crimmins  Mar}^  domestic,  cor  East  Twenty-seventh  and  Twenty- 
second  ave 
Crinnion  Peter,  carpenter  and  builder,  759  Seventh 
Cripps  Harry  T,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1060  Campbell 
Crisinger  Philip  B,  engineer,  res  1202  Seventh  ave 
Crist  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1730  Linden 


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Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co  (Geo  F  Crist  and  Daniel  Gallagher)  proprs 
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Crist  George  F  (Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co,  and  G  F  Crist  &  Sons)  res 

East  Fourteenth  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth  aves 
Crist  G  F  &  Sons  (G  F,  J    A  and  R  F)  proprs  Brooklyn  Tan- 
nery, cor  East  Twelfth  and  Twenty-third  ave 
Crist  J  F,  tannery,  res  1053  East  Fourteenth 
Crist  Julius  A  (Crist  G  F  &  Sons)  res  1053  East  Fourteenth 
Crist  Rudolph  F  (Crist  GF  &  Sons)  res  1053  East  Fourteenth 
Cristensoh  H  Miss,  domestic,  672  Fourteenth 
Oristovich  Martin,  waiter,  res  457  Seventh 
Criswell  Edwin  A,  carpenter,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 
Crittenden  H  K,  janitor  Garfield  School,  res  cor   East   Fifteenth 

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Crittenden  James  L,  atty-at-law,  res  1533  San  Pablo  ave 
Croak  James,  broom  maker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Crocett  Francesca,  laundry,  res  1515  San  Pablo  ave 
Croci  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Fourteenth  and  Twenty-Second  ave 
Crocker  Charles  S,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  723  Henry 
Crocker  Frank  E,  salesman  Ham  Coleman,  res  359  Eleventh 
Crockett  Emma  Miss,  res  2175  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Crockett  J  B  Mrs,  res  2175  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Crofoot  William  M,  machinist,  res  669  Fifth 
Croofhan  Francis,  engineer,  res  1551  Seventh 
Croke  James,  carpenter,  res  1701  Adeline 
Crom  C  C,  upholsterer  S  P  Co,  res  1211  Taylor 
Crompton  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  n  s  Forty-third  nr  Adeline 
Orompton  Sarah  Mrs,  groceries,  res  952  Twenty-fourth 
Cron  &  Son  (William   and  Willam  Jr)    butchers,    NE    cor   Thir- 
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Cron  Theresa  Miss,  res  572  Sixteenth 
Cron  William  (Cron  &  Son)  res  955  East  Twelfth 
Cron  William  Jr  (Cron  &  Son)  res  955  East  Twelfth 
Cronan  Mrs,  res  553  Seventh, 

Cronan  Anna  Miss  (Cronan  &  Summers)  res  561  East  Fifteenth 
Cronan  Daniel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  622  Henry 
Cronan  Ellen  Mrs,  res  561  East  Fifteenth 
Cronan  John,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Mitchell 
Cronan  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  622|  Henry 
Cronan  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Mitchell 
Cronan  Mary  A  Miss,  domestic,  res  622  Henry 
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Cronin  Catherine,  res  471  Bay  Place 

Cronin  Cornelius,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Cronin  Daniel,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Company, 
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Cronin  Ella  Miss,  domestic,  res  762  Ninth 

Cronin  James  F,  tailor,  res  553  Seventh 

Cronin  John,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1717  William 

Cronin  John  F,  clerk  San  Francisco  Laundry,  res  553  Seventh 

Cronin  Martin,  packer  Pacific    Iron    and    Nail    Works,   res   734 

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Cronin  Stephen  D,  laborer,  res  1814  Grove 
Cronin  William  F,  cigar  maker  Belclon  &  Bros,  res  1814  Grove 
Cronkrite  J  W,  bootmaker,  1711  San  Pablo  ave 
Cronly  M  Mrs,  res  829  Oak 
Croon  John  F,  foreman  press  room  Tribune  Publishing  Companv, 

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Cropley  Simon,  expressman,  res  1936  Linden 
Crosbie  William,  laborer,  res  826  Thirty -fifth 
Crosby  John  B,  barber,  res  1009  Seventh 
Crosley  J  S,  clerk,  res  528  Knox 
Cross  Betsey  Mrs,  res  1724  Eighth 

Cross  Florence  E  Miss,  dressmaker,  1002  Twenty-eighth 
Cross  James  H  Mrs,  res  903  Market 
Cross  Stanlev,  res  903  Market 

Cross  Thomas  S,  clerk  McMillan  &  Cox,  res  837  Market 
Crossman  John,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1621  Taylor 
Crosso  Constinno,  cart  and  carriage  mfr.  res  Peralta  House 
Crosson  E  C  Miss,  dressmaker,  1260  West 
Crosson  James,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1260  West 
Crosson  Mary  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1260  West 
Crouch  Effie  Miss,  res  1061  Seventh  ave 
Crouch  Elisha,  farmer,  res  1061  Seventh  ave 
Crouch  Thomas,  foreman  finish  room  California  Jute  Mills 
Crow  Clinton  P,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  814  Thirteenth 
Crow  I  P,  farmer,  res  1320  Chestnut 
Crow  Mattie,  res  814  Thirteenth 
Crow  William,  laborer,  res  1832  Seventh 
Crowell  Eugene  E,  res  1465  Ninth 

Crowley  Charles  C,  insurance  agt,  res  308  East  Sixteenth 
Crowley  Charles  J,  ship  calker,  res  408  Ninth 
Crowley  Cornelius,  teamster,  res  750  Willow 
Crowley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  214  Hollis 
Crowley  Daniel,  gardener,  res  966  Peralta 
Crowley  Daniel  J,  laundryman    Contra  Costa  Laundry  Associa- 

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CROWLEY   DANIEL  (Burtchaell  &  Crowley),  res  670  Sycamore 
Crowley  DD,  physician  and  surgeon,  1103  J  Broadway,  and  health 

officer  and  city  physician,  Fifteenth,  rear  of  City  Hall,  office 

hours  8  to  9:30  A  M,  res  Arlington  House 
Crowley  H,  clerk  J  A  Joyce,  res  Willson  House 
Crowley  J,  merchant,  res  Willson  House 
Crowley  James  W,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1664  Pacific 


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Crowley  J  C,  clerk  Joyce  &  Macdonald,  res  226  Ninth 

Crowley  John,  laborer,  res  1517  Fifth 

Crowley  John,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  1659  Fifteenth 

Crowley ^Tohn  Jr,  seaman,  res  1517  Fifth 

Crowle}7  John  W,  res  Willson  House 

Crowley  Kate  Miss,  shirtmaker  M  J  Keller,  res  1920  Linden 

Crowley  M  Mrs,  domestic,  1253  Eleventh  ave 

Crowley  Mary,  domestic,  res  1410  Franklin 

Crowley  Mary  E  Miss,  domestic,  912  Sixth  ave 

Crowley  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  670  Sycamore 

Crowley  Michael,  laborer,  res  1920  Linden 

Crowley  Thomas,  laborer,  res  527  Thirty-sixth 

Crowley  Thomas,  fruit  dealer,  res  718  Filbert 

Crowley  Thomas,  notions  and  novelties,  1252  San  Pablo  ave,  res 
945  Union 

Crowley  Timothy,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  214  Hollis 

Crowley  Timothy  J,  butcher,  601  Sixteenth 

Crozier  Wilbur  CJifton,  employe  Rockridge  Park 

Cruft  John,  music  teacher,  res  809  Castro 

Cruft  John  Jr,  musician,  res  809  Castro 

Cruikshank  James  R,  clerk  Theodore  Gier  &  Bros,  res  732  Filbert 

Cruikshank  John  A,  clerk  G  A  I  Tea  Co,  res  732  Filbert 

Cruikshank  John  K,  farmer,  res  732  Filbert 

Crum  Casper  C,  upholsterer  S  P  Co,  res  1711  Taylor 

Cruse  George  C,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  513  Madi- 
son 

Cruse  William,  construction  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1674  Eighth 

Cruson  B  F,  res  5 1 5  Ninth 

Cruz  Frank  (Smith  &  Cruz)  res  254  Harlan 

Cruz  Henry,  master  mariner,  res  113  Hollis 

Cruz  Henry  J,  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  113  Hollis 

Cruz  Joseph,  plumber  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  720  Seventh 

Cruz  Manuel,  laborer,  res  254  Harlan 

Cruz  Mary  Miss,  nurse,  res  1806  Grove 

Cruz  Mary  F  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  113  Hollis 

Cruz  Peter,  packer  Oakland  Pickle  Factory,  res  1806  Grove 

Cruze  Anton,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Alameda 

Cruze  Joseph,  employe  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  La  Clede  House 

Crystal  Palace  Saloon,  Frank  Stewart  proprietor,  463  Ninth 

Cudden  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  266  East  Twelfth 

Cuddy  Geo  F,  yeast  powder  manufacturer,  S  F,  res  1064  Willow 

Cuddy  John,  compositor,  res  1064  Willow 

Cue  William,  res  614  Adeline 

Cuian  Charles,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works 

Culhane  Julia  A  Mrs,  groceries,  res  751  Willow 

Culhane  Robert,  clerk  Julia  Culhane,  res  751  Willow 

Cull  an  Rose,  domestic,  res  1374  Franklin 

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Cullen  Alice  J  Miss,  teacher  Buford  Kindergarten,  S  F,  res  1219 

Eleventh  ave 
Cullen  E,  shoemaker  George  Samuels,  res  Fortieth  nr  Telegraph 

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Cullen  Edward,  shoemaker,  res  1314  Thirty-sixth 
Cullen  Edward   S,  boot   and  shoemaker,  res   SE  cor  Spring  and 

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Cullen  Elizabeth  R  Mrs,  res  1219  Eleventh  ave 
Cullen  Grace  Miss,  domestic,  2429  Telegraph  ave 
Cullen  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  919  Alice 
Cullen  John,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  410  Tenth 
Cullen  Katie  Miss,  domestic,  1376  Franklin 
Cullen  M,  farmer,  res  701  East  Twelfth 
Cullen  Maggie  Mrs,  res  626  Third 
Cullen  Patrick,  gardener,  Rockridge  Park 
Cullen  Thomas,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  962  Center 
Cullen  Win  O,  clerk  Bank  of  California,  res  1219  Eleventh  ave 
Cullin  Michael,  farmer,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Culver  C  A,  mgr  Coon  &  Co,  S  F,  res  358  East  Fourteenth 
Culver  Edwin  S,  trustee  Oakland  Free  Library  and  business  mgr 

Breeder  and  Sportsman,  S  F,  res  2117  Adeline 
Culver  Elias  W  (Culver  &  McGilvray)  res  Girard  House 
Culver  Jennie  V  Miss,  res  217  Tenth 
Culver  O  P,  stationery,  S  F,  res  2152  Chestnut 
Cumberlich  John  (J  Cumberlich  &  Co)  res  1516  Seventh 
Cumberson  William,  engineer,  res  Overland  House 
Cumming  Alexander  Mel,  bookkeeper,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth 

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Cumming  George   Capt,  capitalist,  res   cor   Park  and  East  Four- 
teenth, Fruit  Vale 
Cumming  George,  port  warden,  res  NE  cor  Park  and  East  Four- 
teenth, Fruit  Vale 
Cumming  George  G  (J  K  Smallman  &  Co)  res  1253  Eleventh  ave 
Cumming  James  B,  carpenter,  res  245  Louise 
Cumming  James  G,  gardener,  res  Linden  Lane  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Cummings  A  G  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1423  San  Pablo  ave 
Cummings  Alpheus  S,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1870  Division 
Cummings  Anderson  P,  clerk  United  States  Mint,  res  916  Center 
Cummings  Charles,  engineer  Electric  Light  Co,  res  1219  Seventh 

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Cummings  Duncan  W,  miner,  res  1329  Ninth  ave 
Cummings  H,  res  508§  Fifteenth 

Cummings  Henry  K  (Cummings  &  Co)  res  1110  Alice 
Cummings  James,  livery  stable,  860  Alice,  res  843  Harrison 
Cummings  James  G,  gardener,  res  Temescal 
Cummings  James  H,  commission  merchant,  res  843  Harrison 
Cummings  Joseph,  shearsman  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 
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Cummings  Lawrence  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  843  Harrison 

Cummings  T  B  Mrs,  res  1723  Eighth 

CUNARD  LINE  STEAMERS.  Geo  B  Seaman  agent,  1073  Br'dway 

Cuncannpn  Thomas,  laborer,  res  415  Seventh 

Cunconnon  William,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William 

CunnifF  Celia  Miss,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

Cunniff  Frances  Miss,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

CunnifF  Frank,  carpenter,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

CunnifF  John,  cattle  dealer,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

CunnifF  Joseph,  cattle  dealer,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

CunnifF  Mary  Miss,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

CunnifF  Sarah  Miss,  domestic,  829  Jackson 

CunnifF  Thos  J,  carpenter,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

Cunningham  — ,  planing  mill,  res  Adeline  nr  County  Road 

Cunningham  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1127  East  Twentieth 

Cunningham  Barney,  nailer  Judson  ManuFacturing  Co,  res  1319 

Center 
Cunningham  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham  George  W,  teamster   Morton    &  Risdon,  S    F,  res 

1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham  James,  ship  carpenter,  res  1510  Fifth 
Cunningham  James  W,  emplove  Eagle  Box  and   Manufacturing 

Co>es  1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham  John,  livery  stable,  1368  Broadway,  res  1316  Tele- 
graph ave 
Cunningham  Joseph,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  713  Lewis 
Cunningham    Mollie  Mrs,  teacher  on  Domestic  sewing  machine, 

res  1062  Broadway 
Cunningham  Nora  Mrs,  cook   Cape  Ann    Bakery,  res   NW  cor 

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Cunningham  P  R,  supt  Oakland  Planing  Mills,   res  Adeline,  Fruit 

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Cunningham  T  A,  livery  stable,  res  1368  Broadway 
Cunningham  Thos  A,  farmer,  res  2124  Elm 
Cunningham  W  H,  canvasser  F  Kings,  res  611  Tenth 
Cunningham  W  M,  res  316  Tenth 
Cunninghame  C,  bookkeeper,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Cupples  David  L,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  817  Franklin 
Cupps  Herbert,  apprentice  engineer  and  pattern  maker,  res  1313 

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Cupps  John,  mining,  res  1313  Ninth  ave 
Cupps  Lillie  Miss,  res  1313  Ninth  ave 

Curby  C  E,  agt  Drummond  Tobacco  Co,  S  F,  res  224  Ninth 
Curley  James,  plumber,  S  F,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Grove 
Curley  James  B,  stableman  Piedmont   Street  Railway   Co,  res 

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Curley  John,  clerk  Berkeley  Market,  res  Forty-fifth  bet  Tele- 
graph ave  and  Grove 

Curley  John  F,  milkman,  res  s  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Grove 

Curley  Patrick  C,  laborer,  res  s  s  Forth-fifth  nr  Grove  , 

Curnow  Annie  Mrs,  lodging  house,  503  Eleventh 

Curnow  William,  clerk  Phelan  &  Fish,  res  cor  Eleventh  and 
Washington 

Curran  Ed,  laborer,  res  415  Seventh 

Curran  James  F,  produce  dealer,  res  1030  Willow 

Curran  Joseph,  machinist  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  721 
Sixth 

Curran  Julia  Miss,  res  833  Myrtle 

Curran  Robert,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  1504  Third 

Curran  Robert  E,  dyer  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  w  s  Telegraph 
ave  bet  Fortieth  and  Forty-first 

Curran  R  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1504  Third 

Curran  Rose  Mrs,  groceries,  1030  Willow 

Curran  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1504  Third 

Curry  David,  tinner  W  W  Montague,  S  F,  res  13  Maple 

Curry  John,  res  411  Seventh 

Curtice  Arthur  T  Mrs,  res  827  Willow 

Curtin  David  J,  peddler,  res  1020  Twelfth 

Curtin  John  Mrs,  res  San  Pablo  ave  bet  Thirty-sixth  and  Thirty- 
seventh 

Curtis  Charles,  printer,  S  F,  res  1316  Kirkham* 

Curtis  David  T,  farmer,  res  Fairmont  House 

CUHTiS  ELLIOT  D>  homeopathic  physician,  Plavter  Block,  rms 
2  and  3,  res  1217  Myrtle 

Curtis  George,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Curtis  George  J,  clerk  Anton  &  De  Mars,  res  1208  Seventh 

Curtis  Hall,  767  Sixth 

Curtis  Henry,  printer,  S  F,  res  1316  Kirkham 

Curtis  James  M,  wood  and  coal,  grain  and  feed,  1222  Seventh, 
res  1220  Seventh 

CURTIS  JOHN,  coal  and  wood,  808  Eighth,  res  821  Fifteenth 

Curtis  John  Jr,  res  821  Fifteenth 

Curtis  Marshall,  res  773  Sixth 

Curtis  Metta  Miss,  res  821  Fifteenth 

Curtis  Murray,  dry  goods,  res  827  Market 

Curtis  William  B,  paper  ruler,  S  F,  res  1316  Kirkham 

Curtis  William  F,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1032  Linden 

Curtis  Winfield,  res  779  Sixth 

Curtis  Winifred  Mrs,  res  1208  Seventh 

Curtiss  B  L,  engineer,  res  832  Twenty-second 

Curtiss  Charles  B,  res  1317  Sixteenth  ave 

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CURTISS  HARVEY  T  (Curtiss  &  Davie)  res  1119  Third  ave 
Curtiss  S  N,  clerk  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 
Cushing  Allen,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  560  East  Eleventh 
Cushing  Charles  H,  sec  State   Investment  Insurance,  S  F,  res 

1164  Eighth 
Cushing  Charles  S,  clerk  First  National  Gold  Bank,  S    F,  res 

1669  Thirteenth 
Cushing  Clara  J  Mrs,  clerk  Oakland  Millinery  Store,  res  Playter 

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Cushing  Edward  C,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  560  East  Eleventh 
Cushing  George  C,  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  H  D  (John  Cushing  &  Son)  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  Henry  (Cushing  &  Son)  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  J  H  Mrs,  Christian  scientist,  res  568  Seventeenth 
Cushing  John  (John  Cushing  &  Son)  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  John,  teamster,  res  808  Castro 
Cushing  John  M,  collector  S  P  Co,  res  1669  Thirteenth 
CUSHING    JOHN    &   SON  (John  Cushing  and  H  D  Cushing) 

groceries,  478  and  480  Ninth  cor  Washington 
Cushing  Rose  Miss,  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  Simeon  M,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  727  Chester 
Cushing  Walter,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and    Nail  Works,  res   727 

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Cusick  John,  grocer,  1747  Market 
Custer  William  A,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  830  Sixteenth 
Cuthbertson  Walter  J,  architect,  res  824  Twenty-eighth 
Cuthill  Alexander,  machinist,  res  1280  Seventeenth  ave 
Cu thill  James,  machinist,  res  1280  Seventeenth  ave 
Cuthill  John  D,  res  1280  Seventeenth  ave 

Cuthill  Thomas  A,  pattern  maker,  S  F,  res  1280  Seventeenth  ave 
Cutler  Alfred   D,  president  Cutting    Packing  Co,   S  F,  res  726 

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Cutler  S  M  (Sisson,  Crocker  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  914  Eighth 
Cutter  B  O,  mining,  S  F,  res  574  Thirteenth 
Cutter  O  H,  propr  Ross  House,  46 9 J  Ninth 
Cutter  Chester  G,  cattle  dealer,  res  146  Lake 
Cutting  Francis,  Cutting  Packing  Co,  S  F,  res  1405  Alice 
Guttler  Edwin  W,  tinsmith,  S  F,  res  1362J  Eleventh 
Cuvellier  Bernard  C,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1212  Poplar 
CYCLONE  WINDMILL,  Pacific  Manufacturing  Co  makers,  934 

and  936  Mission,  S  F,  Oakland  office  419  and  421  Tenth 
Cyrus  Rose  Miss,  teacher  piano,  res  n  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Adeline 
Czapkay  Edward  G,  laundryman,  res  1522  Fifth 

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Dabney  G  A,  res  1010  Franklin 

Dabney  N  R  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1010  Franklin 

Dabney  Robert  J,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  812  Henry 


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Daborich  S  E,  agt  Litton  Spring  Mineral  Water  Co,  S  F,  res 

469  Twenty-first 
Dacambra  Munwell,  laborer,  res  575  Third 
Dackhow  Charles,  laborer,  res  Lynde  nr  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Daganey  E,  dyer  Charles  Reuter,  res  1246  San  Pablo  ave 
Daggett  E  J  Mrs,  res  284  Eleventh 
Daggett  Hiram  W,  laborer,  res  264  East  Fifteenth 
Daggett  John  R,  wholesale  fish  dealer,  res  284  Eleventh 
Daggett  Louisa  Mrs,  res  264  East  Fifteenth 
Daggett  Wesley,  domestic,  1351  Fourth  ave 
Dahl  Albert  T.'bookbinder,  res  1625  Market 

Dabl  Fred,  carpenter  Crist,  Gallaghar  &  Co,  res  High,  Fruit  Vale 
Dahl  Harry,  salesman  S  Eleaser,  res  571  Sixth 
Dahl  Henning,  soapmaker  Magic  Soap  Works,  res  1419  Castro 
Dahl  Henry,  shoemaker  Queen  Boot   and  Shoe    Store,  res    318 

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Dahl  Henry,  laborer,  res  1609  West 
Dahl  John'P,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  318  Third 
Dahl  Lottie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1523  Fifth 
Dahl  Theodore,  sailmaker,  S  F,  res  1625  Market 
Dahlen  Frank  C,  teamster  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  res  714  Webster 
Dahlen  Philip,  res  1508  Brush 
Dahlgren  Carl,  artist,  res  1669  Eighth 
Dahlgren  Marius,  artist,  864 J  Broadway,  res  1669  Eighth 
Dahnke  Fred,  millwright  Ingler  &  Atkinson,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Dailey  Peter  J,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1762  Seventh,  res  827  Wood 
Daken  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  1371  Seventh 
Dakes  Richard  H,  carriage  painter,  1362  San  Pablo  ave,  res  516 

Fifteenth 
Dakes  Richard  H  Mrs,  dressmaker,  516  Fifteenth 
Dale  L  Mrs,  res  1816  Seward 
Dale  W,  machinist,  res  1816  Seward 
Daley  Ann,  domestic  Mrs  Baldwin,  Vernon  Heights 
Daley  Elsworth,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Daley  Hugh,  stableman,  res  561  Sixth 
Daley  Laurence,  machinist  California  Jute  Mills 
Dall  C  C,  res  1235  Poplar 
Dall  Jennie  Miss,  res  1235  Poplar 
Dall  Mattie  Miss,  res  1235  Poplar 
Dallam  Ella  Miss,  res  1258  Grove 

Dallam  Richard  B  (Armes  &  Dallam,  S  F)  res  1258  Grove 
Dallas  James,  dealer  in  redwood  lumber,  969  Broadway,  rm  47, 

res  1383  Broadway 
Dallimore  William  J,  res  968  Thirty-fifth 
Dalmas  George  W,  cooper  Oakland  Pickle  Factoiy,  res  Avenue 

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Dalton  Edward  0,  student,  res  915  Jackson 

Dalton  Frank  N  (H  N  Dalton  &  Sons)  res  949  Pine 

Dalton  HN(HN  Dalton  &  Sons)  res  949  Pine 

Dalton  H  N  &  Sons  (H  N,  H  P  and  F  N)  mfrs  agricultural 
implements,  cor  Cedar  and  Seward 

Dalton  Henry  P  (H  N  Dalton  &  Sons)  res  949  Pine 

Dalton  John,  foreman  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res 
1215  Kirkham 

Dalton  Michael,  warehouse,  S  F,  res  1014  Willow 

Dalton  P  E  (Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton)  res  915  Jackson 

Daly  Anna  Mrs,  res  626  Third 

Daly  Catherine  Mrs,  saloon,  res  1323  Fourteenth 

Daly  Charles  H,  with  Hawley  Bros  Hardware  Co,  S  F,  res  East 
Twenty-seventh  bet  Twenty  first  and  Twenty-second  aves 

Daly  Delia,  mender  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1466  Fifth 

Daly  Dennis,  laborer,  res  1721  Atlantic 

Daly  James,  sexton  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception,  res 
616  Seventh 

Daly  John,  captain,  res  Ross  House 

Daly  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  808  Chester 

Daly  John  A,  livery  stable,  res  532  Seventeenth 

Daly  John  C  (Kane  &  Daly)  res  532  Seventeenth 

Daly  L,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  816  East  Twelfth 

Daly  Lizzie,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  816  East 
Twelfth 

Daly  Mabel  H  Miss,  res  East  Twenty-seventh  nr  Twenty-first  ave 

Daly  Mary,  domestic,  1012  Fourteenth 

Daly  Richard,  laborer,  res  869  Twenty-second 

Dalziel  Alexander  S,  apprentice  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  522  Fif- 
teenth 

Dalziel  Andrew,  salesman,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  James,  clerk  E  F  Delger,  res  762  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  &  Moller  (Robert  Dalziel  and  "William  Moller)  stoves,  tin- 
ware and  plumbers,  1152  Broadway 

Dalziel  Robert  (Dalziel  &  Moller)  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  Robert  Jr,  apprentice  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  William,  plumber,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dam  Alphonzo  F,  engineer,  res  714  Market 

Dam  Cleveland  L,  bookkeeper  Gage,  Shattuck  &  Co,  S  F,  res  493 
Twenty -third 

Dam  Cyrus,  bridge  builder,  res  718  Market 

Dam  Fannie  Miss,  res  718  Market 

Dam  Lucy  E  Mrs,  res  493  Twenty-third 

Dam  Matilda  Mrs,  res  862  Chester 

Dam  Samuel,  farmer,  res  714  Market 

Dam  William  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  718  Market 

Damas  Fred  W,  teacher,  res  765  Jackson 

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Damon  Edward,  cabinet  maker  C  W  Kinsey,  res  1720  San  Pablo 

ave 
Damon  George  F,  calker,  res  513  Sixth 
Damon  Rosetta  E,  res  1720  San  Pablo  ave 
Dancer  Martha  Mrs,  res  512  East  Fifteenth 
Dancona  Henry,  peddler,  res  514  Fourth 
Dand  John,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1674  Eighth 
Danforth  Emma  L  Mrs,  res  513  Twentieth 
Danforth    George  S,  .carpenter  Pioneer   Planing   Mills,   res   544 

Eighteenth 
Danhnkee  Fred,  millman,  res  898  Clay 
Dania's  Hall  and  Club  Room,  864J  Broadway 
Daniel  S  0,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 
Daniel  William,  bartender  First  and  Last  Chance  Saloon 
Daniels  G  B  &  Co  (G  B  Daniels)  stationery,  pictures  and   fancy 

goods,  1153  Broadway 
Daniels  Gilbert  B  (G  B  Daniels  &  Co)  res  John  nr  Howe 
Daniels  John  W  H,  with  S  P  Burdick,  res  1409  Grove 
Daniels  Robert  L,  engraver,  res  cor  East  Twenty-fifth  and  Seventh 

ave 
Daniels  S  F,  police  judge  and  atty-at-law,  969  Broadway,  rm  34, 

res  1956  Filbert 
Daniels  Thomas,  heater  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  701  Brush 
Danielson  Charles,  clerk  C  Schley,  res  770  East  Twelfth 
Danielson  Daniel  E,  bootmaker,  res  s  s  Alcatraz  nr  Adeline 
Danke  Captain,  builder  Pioneer  Mill,  res  818  Clay 
Dann  Fred  P,  photographer,  res  922  Thirty-fourth 
Dann  Lillian  M  Mrs,  res  1670  Taylor 
Dannaker  W  A,  patrolman,  res  1662  Eighth 
Dannon  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Danzin  Catrine  Mrs,  res  716  Fourth. 
Danzinger  Emma,  res  1269  Sixth  ave 
Danzinger  I,  tobacconist,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Danzinger  Isidore,  bookkeeper,  res  1269  Sixth  ave 
Darah  Sarah,  domestic,  res  1023  Eighth 
Darcy  Jeremiah  F,  chief  engineer  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  760 

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Dargie  Annie  R  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  267  Ninth 
Dargie  E  G  Mrs,  res  267  Ninth 

Dargie  Thomas  T,  sec  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  1168  Jackson 
Dargie  William  E,  mgr  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  1168  Jackson 
Darling  William  A,  employe  custom  house,  res  Blake  House 
Darmstadt  Rosa  Mrs,  res  1319  Center 
Darnal   John   C,  driver  Caledonian  Dye   Works,    res   American 

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Darnal  William  F,  clerk,  474  Tenth 
Darr  Ida  Miss,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  605  Tenth 
Darr  J,  clerk,  res  Clarendon  House 


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Darr  Stillman,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  605  Tenth 

Darrah  Dennis,  baker,  res  489  Twenty-fourth 

Darrah  John,  cash  boy  Salinger's,  res  489  Twenty-fourth 

Darrin  K,  physician,  res  658  Fourteenth 

Darrow  Benjamin  O,  clerk  O'Connell  &  McDonald,  res  1156  Alice 

Darrow  M  E  Mrs,  res  1156  Alice 

Dart  Albert  M,  copyist,  res  1954  Webster 

Dart  H  A  Mrs,  res 'l  129  Myrtle 

DASHAWAY  STABLES,  Sackrider  &  Chisholm  proprietors,  370 

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Daul  Alexander,  tailor  J  M  Keller,  res  809  Sixteenth 
Dauriac  Felix  L,  clerk  J  J  Dauriac,  res  619  Sixteenth 
Dauriac  J  J,  grocer,  1268  Grove,  res  619  Sixteenth 
Dauriac  J  M  Miss,  res  619  Sixteenth 

Davenport  Byron  L,  apprentice  Sturm  &  Leitch,  res  1003  Center 
Davenport  Matthew,  res  Homeopathic  Hospital 
Davenport  Richard,  architect,  res  Areata  House 
Davenport  William,  paper  dealer,  res  1003  Center 
Daveson  Grace  Miss,  res  817  Twentieth 
David  Kate,  domestic,  NE  cor  McAdam  and  Broadway 
Davidson  Mrs,  res  1751  Ninth  ave 
Davidson  A,  res  316  Tenth 

Davidson  D,  dentist  Burnette  Dental  Co,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Davidson  George,  electrician  Pacific  Coast  Electrical  Construction 

Co,  res  cor  Webster  and  Second 
Davidson  H  L,  civil  engineer,  res  1291  Alice  , 

Davidson  James,  carpenter,  res  739  Lewis 
DAVIDSON  J  N,  proprietor  Bay  State  Bakery,  520  Fourteenth, 

res  604  Fourteenth 
Davidson  John,  laborer,  res  Temescal  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Davidson  Peter  A,  salesman  A  J  Wiener,  res  1316  Telegraph  ave 
Davidson  Ward,  civil  engineer,  res  1729  Myrtle 
DAVIE  JOHN  L  (Curtiss  &  Davie;  res  Klinknerville 
Davies  Charles  H,  wood  moulder,  res  1164  Sixth  ave 
Davies  David,  clerk  Jones'  Bazar,  res  524  Sixteenth 
Davies  E  A  Mrs,  lodgings,  res  618  Eighth 
Davies  Frank  W,  floral  and  seed  depot,  res  330  Ninth 
Davies  John  M,  sec  Board  of  Trade,  res  1303  Sixth  ave 
Davies  Mary  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1313  Ninth  ave 
Davies  William,  shearsman  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  955J 

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Davies  William  M,  res  1303  Sixth  ave 

Davila  Bebiano,  teamster,  res  cor  Forty-fifth  and  Telegraph  ave 
Davila  Mary  Miss,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Davin  Frank,  res  142  Ettie 

Daviner  Frank,  night  flour  packer  Samm  &  Co,  res  Watts  Tract 
Davis  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  Willson  House 
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**?  «*  {5 '  Davis  Aibei't  G,  agt  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co,  res  913  Chester 
*Z£n    Davis  Alfred  L,  blacksmith  F  W  Davis,  res  512  East  Fifteenth 
^  3  rf    Davis  Alvin  H,  carpenter,  res  902  East  Twenty-first 
r»  *  $    Davis  A  M  Mrs,  ladies'  nui>e,  res  759  Sixteenth 
^  Davis  Andrew  L,  carpenter,  res  1228  Nineteenth  ave 

&  c/o    Davis  Andrew,  butcher,  res  701  Sycamore 
§  S    Davis  Anita  Miss,  res  913  Chester 

g  [g    Davis  Arthur  L,  teamster  Log:  Cabin  Bakery,  res  658  Sycamore 
Eh  oc    Davis  Asa  T,  printer,  res  902  East  Twenty-first 

Davis  Bart,  pressman  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  1833  Grove 

Davis  C  B,  sawyer  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res  859  Clay 

Davis  Charles,  carpenter,  res  1230  Nineteenth  ave 

Davis  Charles  B,  driver  police  patrol  wagon,  res  913  Kirkham 

Davis  Charles  E,  salesman,  S  F.  res  920  Brush 

Davis  C  F  Mrs,  physician,  res  762  Eighteenth 

Davis  Claude,  candy  maker  Bruning  Bros,  res  Willson  House 

Davis  Dewitt  C,  shipping  clerk  W  and  J  Sloane,  S  F,  res  902 

East  Twenty-first 
Davis  D  R,  foreman  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co,  res  1103  Wood 
Davis  E,  carriage  maker  W  Morck 
Davis  Edmund  S  Gen,  res  769  Eighth 
Davis  Edward  A,  ropemaker,  res  658  Grove 
Davis  Eliza  Mrs,  res  1316  Kirkham 

Davis  Emma  J  Miss,  milliner  Palace  of  Fashion,  res  576  Third 
Davis  Emma  Mrs,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Davis  F  R,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  Summer  nr  junction  Adeline 

and  San  Pablo  ave 
Davis  Frank,  hostler  Thirteenth  Street  Stable,  res  411  Thirteenth 
Davis  Fred  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  769  Eighth 
Davis  Frederick  W,  blacksmith,  1050  East  Eleventh,  res  512  East 

Fifteenth 
Davis  G  A  J  (Davis  &  Son)  res  532  Thirty-fourth 
DAVIS  G   A  J  &  SON   (G  A  J  and  George  W)  groceries,    919 

Washington  and  511  Ninth 
Davis  George  E,  teamster  E  B  Dean  &  Co,  res  709  Fifth 
Davis  George  H,  clerk  First  National  Bank,  res  913  Chester 
Davis  George  W  (G  A  J  Davis  &  Son)  res  532  Thirty-fourth 
Davis  Granville  M,  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Factory,  res  573 

Eighth 
Davis  H,  insurance,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Davis  Harris,  furniture  dealer,  463  Twelfth   and   421   and    423 

Sixth,  res  423  Sixth 
Davis  Harry  L.  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Davis  Harry  W,  blacksmith  F  W  Davis,  res  512  East  Fifteenth 
Davis  H  B,  machinist,  res  1785  William 


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Davis  Henry  B,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1674  William 

Davis  Henry  C,  dentist,  S  F,  res  1318  Jackson 

Davis  Henry  J,  gardener,. res  1424  Thirteenth  ave 

DAVIS  &   HILL  (W  R  Davis  and  W   L  Hill)  attorneys-at-law, 

957  Broadway 
Davis  Hugh,  laborer,  res  1568  Webster 
Davis  Isaac,  peddler,  res  1420  Tenth 
Davis  Jacob,  with  Edward  Barnett,  res  569  Fifth 
Davis  James,  carpenter,  res  834  Cedar 
Davis  James,  farmer,  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College  ave 
Davis  James,  teamster  quarry,  res  McAdarn  off  New  Broadway 
Davis  James  D,  farmer,  res  e  s  Adeline  beyond  Forty-eighth 
Davis  James  H,  butcher  Joseph  Simon,  res  1833  Grove 
Davis  James  L,  student  Commercial  College,  res  1057  Center 
Davis  J  E,  dentist,  1103 J  Broadway,  res  527  Eighteenth 
Davis  Jennie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  Willson  House 
Davis  Jemima  Miss,  res  1424  Thirteenth  ave 
Davis  John,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1723  Seventh 
Davis  John,  farmer,  res  974  Thirty-fifth 
Davis  John,  fireman,  res  1833  Grove 

Davis  John,  teamster  quarry,  res  McAdarn  off  New  Broadway 
Davis  John  Jr,  res  974  Thirty-fifth 
Davis  John  D,  contractor,  res  Adeline  nr  Monroe 
Davis  John  R,  miner,  res  1273  Ninth  ave 
Davis  Juanita  Miss,  clerk  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co,  res  913 

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Davis  Kate  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1833  Grove 
Davis  Lillie  Miss,  res  913  Chester 
Davis  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1273  Ninth  ave 
Davis  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1918  Linden 
Davis  Maria  J  Miss,  res  913  Chester 
Davis   Miles,   laborer,  res   San  Pablo  ave   bet   Thirty-sixth   and 

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Davis  M  V  Mrs,  res  759  Sixteenth 

Davis  Robert  H,  commercial  traveler,  res  362  East  Sixteenth 
Davis  R  Mrs,  res  1230  Nineteenth  ave 
Davis  Russell,  student,  res  1258  Webster 
Davis  Samuel  M,  barber,  1317  San  Pablo  ave 
Davis  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  1230  Nineteenth  ave 
Davis  Samuel  S  S  Mrs,  res  1823  Adeline 
Davis  Sarah  Miss,  domestic  Girard  House 
Davis  S  E,  carpenter,  res  566  Hobart 
Davis  Stanton,  res  58  Eighth 

Davis  Sumner  H,  carpenter,  res  1087  East  Twenty-first 
Davis  Sydney  E,  carpenter,  res  566  Hobart 
Davis  TF,  tallyman  S  P  Co,  res  1775  Seventh 
Davis  Thomas,  upholsterer  H  Bankhead,  res  573  Eighth 
Davis  T  J  Mrs,  res  453  East  Eleventh 


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Davis  William,  conductor  S  P  Co,  tds  1006  Webster 

Davis  William,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  Girard 

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Davis  William,   saddlery,  hardware  and  harness,  S  F,  res  1112 

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Davis  William,  teamster,  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College  ave 
Davis  William  H,  salesman  Christian  Schreiber,  res  St  John  House 
Davis  William  Heath,  solicitor  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res 

913  Chester 
Davis  William  I,  res  701  Franklin 

Davis  W  N,  mgr  Kellett  &  McMurray,  res  613  Seventeenth 
DAVIS  WILLIAM  R  (Davis  &  Hill)  and  mayor,  res  514  Eighteenth 
Davis  William   W,  farmer,  res   e  s  Adeline  beyond  Forty-eighth 
Davison  Charles,  plumber  and  gasfitter  E  F  Delger  and  extra- 
man  Engine  No  3,  res  856  Adeline 
Davison  Constance  Mrs,  res  cor  Ninth  ave  and  Twenty-fifth 
Davison  J.  res  604  Fourteenth 
Davison  James,  carpenter,  res  739  Lewis 
Davison  Maggie  E  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  res  856  Adeline 
Davison  William  G,  blacksmith,  1724  Seventh,  res  856  Adeline 
Davy  Joseph,  jobber,  res  764  Fifth 
Daw  James  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  708  Sixth 
Daw  John,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  708  Sixth 
Daw  May  Miss,  res  708  Sixth 
Dawe  Frank,  res  Silver  nr  Moss  ave 
DAWLEY  J   M,  secretary  and  manager  Petroline  Paint   Co,  res 

956  Grove 
Dawson  E  A  Mrs,  res  1326  Twenty-second  ave 
Dawson  Edw,  hardwood  lumber,  S  F,  res  Arlington  House 
Day  Charles  E,  clerk  Bruning  Bros,  res  Clarendon  House 
Day  Eva,  helper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  559  Seventeenth 
Day  John,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Day  John,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  1635  Adeline 
Day  John  E,  with  S  P  Co,  res  1789  Seventh 
Day  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1709  Atlantic 
Day  Thomas  S,  capitalist,  res  373  Orchard 
Dayton  George  L,  res  118  Thirteenth 
Dayton  J,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1727  Goss 
Dayton  Jeremiah  B,  mining,  S  F,  res  118  Thirteenth 
Dayton  John  F,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1723  Eighth 
Deacon  A  S  Mrs,  res  1520  Telegraph  ave 
Deady  Mary  Miss,  clerk  Palace  Dye  Works,  res  S  F 
Deal  A  B  Mrs,  clerk  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Deal  Flora  Miss,  res  1380  Broadway 
Deal  G  D,  Galindo  Hotel 
Deal  George,  laborer,  res  1380  Broadway 
Dean  A  C,  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  Erie  House,  rm  3 
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Dean  Carrie  A  Miss,  clerk  New  York  Bakery,  res  853  Myrtle 

Dean  E  B  &  Co,  business  969  Broadway,  rm  47 

Dean  Elisha  B  (E  B  Dean  &  Co)  res  1219  Grove 

Dean  E  W,  salesman  E  B  Dean  &  Co,  res  1219  Grove 

Dean  Frances  A   Miss,  principal  Field  Seminary,  res  1825  Tele- 
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Dean  Frank,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1685  William 

Dean  Frank  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  Klinkner  ave  nr  San  Pablo  ave 

Dean  James  B  (King,  Morse  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1325  Jackson 

Dean  James  B  Jr,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1325  Jackson 

Dean  Samuel  C,  miner,  res  1210  Grove 

Dean  Sarah,  domestic,  1723  Nineteenth  ave 

Dean  T  B  Mrs,  res  1258  Webster 

Dean  William,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  613  East  Eleventh 

Dean  William  W,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1206  Eighth 

Deane  Clara,  res  1253  Webster 

Deane  Charles,  res  1253  Webster 

Deane  R  W,  res  1253  Webster 

Dearborn  Charles  W,  note  teller  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res 
1357  Eleventh  ave 

Dearborn  Daniel  G,  res  1453  Tenth  ave 

Dearborn  G  Walter,  bookkeeper  Traveler's  Insurance  Company, 
S  F,  res  1453  Tenth  ave 

Dearborn  John,  res  2139  Chestnut 

Dearce  Joseph,  employe  Phoenix  Foundry,  res  627-631  Market 

Deareng  Barbara  Mrs,  cook,  res  1780  Atlantic 

Deareng  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1780  Atlantic 

Dearing  A  G,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1712  Eighth 

Dearing  Ben,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundiy 

Dearing  B  I,  res  1712  Eighth 

Dearing  Henry,  tailor  Brown  &  McKinnon,  res  9  Franklin 

Dearka  F  Mrs,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Klinkner  ave 

Deasy  Jerome  Mrs,  nursery,  cor  Eighteenth  and  Second  ave,  East 
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Deasy    Mamie,   flannel    department  California   Hosierv   Co,    res 
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Deasy  Thomas  A,  propr  Lake    Merritt    Chop  House  and  Lake 
View  Saloon,  Twelfth  opp  Lake  Merritt,  res  Grant's  Cottage 

Debell  Joseph,  watchmaker,  res  1685  Seventh 

Deboice  E  Mrs,  restaurant,  555  Broadway 

De  Boise  F,  traveler,  res  600  East  Twelfth 

De  Camp  Antoine,  cigar  maker  Fibush  Bros,  res  823  Twenty- 
ninth 

De  Camp  Frank,  clerk  C  Clivio,  res  626  Third 

De  Camp  John  P,  cigarmaker,  S  F,  res  607  Sixth 

D  candtE,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  914  East  Twelfth 

De  Carvalho  Manoel  R,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  .248  Harlan,  Watts 
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Deceima  John,  collector  White  House,  res  1723  Seventh 

Dechow  Charles,  fruit  store,  399  East  Twelfth 

Decker  Martin,  dealer  horses,  res  559  Eighth 

Decker  May  Miss,  student  California  College,  res  554  East  Six- 
teenth 

Deckerhotf  John,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  835 
Filbert 

De  Cleer  Frank,  tailor,  413  Seventh 

De  Cora  Libby  Miss,  res  957  Castro 

De  Costa  Agnes  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Decoto  A  D,  machinist  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  1114  Tenth  ave 

Deering  Charles  J,  res  1353  Eleventh  ave 

Deering  Chester,  clerk  Commercial  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  1353 
Eleventh  ave 

Deers  Anton,  laborer  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co 

De  Figueiredo  Maria  E,  employe  Judson  Iron  Works,  res  248 
Harlan 

De  Forest  Geo  C,  millwright,  res  1504  San  Pablo  ave 

De  Fraitas  Frank,  cook,  res  265  Second 

De  Freitas  M  Miss,  res  580  Thirty-fifth 

De  Fremery  Grace  Miss,  res  Prospect  ave  e  s  Broadway 

De  Fremery  H  S  Mrs,  res  1125  Adeline 

De  Fremery  James,  consul  of  the  Netherlands,  res  1305  Adeline 

De  Fremery  Louise  Miss,  res  Prospect  ave  e  s  Broadway 

De  Fremery  Virginie  Miss,  res  Prospect  ave  e  s  Broadway 

De  Fremery  William  C  B  (James  De  Fremery  &  Co,  S  F)  res 
Prospect  ave  e  s  Broadway 

Degan  Sophie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Degear  Fannie  Mrs,  washwoman,  res  823  Lydia 

Degen  Antonia  Mrs,  res  1214  Kirkham 

Degen  Ludolph  P,   leather  belting   mfr,  res   1375   Sixteenth 

Degen  Sophie,  res  1214  Kirkham 

Degman  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  491  Twenty -fifth 

Degn  Marguerite,  domestic,  2214  Telegraph  ave 

Degnan  John  J,  helper  Hubert  Lawton,  res  491  Twenty-fifth 

Djgnan  Michael,  gardener,  res  1005  Seventh 

Degnan  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  491  Twenty-fifth 

De  Golia  D  Curtis,  atty-at-law,  res  300  Alice 

De  Golia  Darwin,  drawbridge  tender  S  P  Co,  res  300  Alice 

De  Golia  E  B,  asst  drawbridge  tender  S  P  Co,  res  300  Alice 

De  Golia  George  E  (Robinson  &  De  Golia),  res  Vernon  Heights 

De  Gomez  Fermirn,  paying  teller  Pacific  Bank,  S  F,  res  463 
Twenty-sixth 

Deguzee  Carl  W.  restaurant  on  Creek  Boat  Route  res  717  Center 

Deguzee-Smith  Lucretia,  music  teacher,  res  717  Center 

Deidrick  Augustus  A,  house  mover,  res  368  Third 

Deihl  Henry,  painter,  bds  517  Ninth 

Deihl  James  A,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  615  Madison 


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DEIKE  FR>  proprietor  Union  Hotel,  cor  East  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth   ave 

Deike  Gustave  H  W,  contractor  and  builder,  res  cor  Sixteenth 
ave  and  East  Twenty-first 

Deiral  Carrie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Deitrick  Harry,  spinner  California  Hoisery  Co 

De  Jarley  George,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Willow 

De  Jarley  Paul,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  S  F 

De  Kevale  F,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  411  Seventh 

De  Laguna  William  A,  carpet  salesman  C  L  Taylor,  res  Kelsey 
House 

Delahantv  J  H,  notary  public,  1003 \  Broadway,  rm  3,  res  718 
Seventeenth 

DE  LA  MONTANYA  M>  stoves  and  tinware,  465  Eleventh,  res 
656  Sixth 

De  La  Montanya  Mathew  Jr,  clerk  M  De  La  Montanya,  res 
656  Sixth 

De  Lancy  John,  salesman  W  H  Nolan  &  Co,  res  711  Nineteenth 

Delane  Elizabeth  Miss,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Mitchell 

Delane  Mary  T  Mrs,  res  cor  County  Road  and  Mitchell 

Delaney  James,  laborer,  res  1463  Third 

Delaney  John,  laborer,  res  1407  Thirteenth 

Delaney  R  Ann  Miss,  domestic,  res  1023  Peralta 

Delaney  Win,  miner,  res  s  s  Todd  nr  Adeline 

De  Laney  William  F,  saloon,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Webster,  res 
369  Thirteenth 

Delcharo  Chico,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Delcharo  Frank,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Delchire  Lawrence,  laundryman,  res  1515  San  Pablo  ave 

Delclaux  John,  merchant  tailor,  472  Eighth 

Delclaux  Louise  Mrs,  tailoress,  res  472  Eighth 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  Alexander,  proprietor  Kelsey  House,  cor  Tele- 
graph ave  and  Twenty-fourth 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  Anita  Miss,  teacher  Oakland  Free  Kinder- 
garten, res  Kelsey  House 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  G  Miss,  teacher  Oakland  Free  Kindergarten, 
res  Kelsey  House 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  Hermann,  stenographer,  res  Kelsey  House 

De  Leo  de  Laguna  William,  clerk  Taylor's  Carpet  Store,  res 
Kelsey  House 

Deler  John,  hairdresser,  S  F,  res  1107  Adeline 

Delger  Block,  957-969  Broadway 

DELGER  E  F>  manufacturer  of  and  dealer  in  stoves,  ranges,  gas 
fixtures,  tin  and  agate  ware  and  all  kinds  of  household  uten- 
sils, 1151  Broadway,  res  1453  Telegraph  ave 

Delger  F,  capitalist,  Delger  Block,  rm  39,  res  524  Nineteenth 

Delhorn  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  863  Union 

Dell  Henry  F,  clerk  Kilpatrick  &  Watkins,  res  510  Fifth 


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Delia  Santa  G,  second  cook  Louisville  Restaurant,  res  S  F 
Delia  Santa  Peter,  first  cook  Louisville  Restaurant,  res  S  F 
Delmar  Robert,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Del  Metrio  A  D,  iruit  stand,  454  Seventh 
Delmore  Margaret  Mrs,  res  874  Peralta 
Deloge  John,  druggist,  224  Thirteenth 
Delpodio  Eugene,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  959  Campbell 
De  Lucchi  Lorenzo,  farmer,  res  e  a  Shattuck  ave  nr  Mariposa 
De  Lucchi  Louis,  driver  dump  cart,  res  bet  Shattuck   and  Mer- 
ced aves 
De  Luce  Mary,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Mamiel  Lillie,  res  575  Fifteenth 
Demarais  George,  painter  and  engineer  Engine  Company  No  3, 

res  1715  Goss 
De  Mars  A  A  (Anton  &  De  Mars),  res  1170  Seventh 
De  Mars  Napoleon,  blacksmith,  res  839  Franklin 
De  Martine  Amelia  Miss,  domestic,  res  776  Tenth 
Demas  Antonio,  laborer,  res  1067  East  Eighteenth 
Deme  Charlotte  Miss,  seamstress,  res  866  Lydia 
Deme  Henry,  res  866  Lydia 

Deme  Magclalena  Miss,  seamstress,  res  866  Lydia 
De  Melle  James,  mate  steamer  Neivpovt,  res  713  Center 
De   Mercux  Delpheis,  car  driver,  res  n  s  Thirty-sixth  nr   San 

Pablo  ave 
Demers  Napoleon,  blacksmith,  416  Sixth,  res  Franklin  bet   Sixth 

and  Seventh 
De  Mills  F  M,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  915  Lewis 
Deming  Sarah  W  Mrs,  res  478  Twelfth 
Demings  A  B,  res  Areata  House 
Demmarais  Charles,  carpenter,  res  793  Wood 
Demmarais  Clara  Miss,  res  793  Wood 
De  Molay  Council   No  2,  Knights  of  Kadosh  A  &  A,  Masonic 

Temple 
Demorest  Alice  Mrs,  provision  store,  2223  Peralta 
Demorest  David,  shoe  cutter,  3  F,  res  2223  Peralta 
Dempsey  Edward  P,  res  1463  Seventh 
DEMPSEY  HEfHE  Dempsey  &  Co)  res  1404  Eleventh 
DEMPSEY  H  E  &  CO  (H  E  Dempsey  and  F  Schulze)  proprietors 

American  Market,  NW  cor  Center  and  Twelfth 
Dempsey  John,  machinist  Woolen  Mills,  res  668  Fifth 
Dempsey  Nora  Miss,  res  1463  Seventh 
Dempsey  Patrick,  res  1463  Seventh 
De  Mwy    Bernard,  employe  Judson    Manufacturing  Co,  res  627 

Chestnut 
De  Mwy  Katie  Mrs,  res  627  Chestnut 
De  Mwy  Lena  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Mwy  Lizzie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Mwy  Samuel,  laborer,  res  627  Chestnut 


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Denahy  Daniel,  employe  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  612  Adeline 
Denahy  John,  cooper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  612  Ad- 
eline 
Denaut  E,  res  752  Brush 
Denaut  Eron,  grocer,  679  Sixth 

Denaut  Joseph,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co,  res  560  Second 
Dencanet  Joseph,  laborer,  res  415  Fourth 
De  Neen  Maggie,  nurse,  res  2223  Grove 

Denicke  H  L,  carpenter  Brooklyn  Planing  Mills,  res  Lester  House 
Denison  Adna  A,  reporter  Enquirer,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Denison  A  N,  clerk  Agard  &  Co,  res  1222  Franklin 
Denison  Eli  S,  news  agt  S  P  Co,  res  953  Eighth 
Denison  Harry,  res  953  Eighth 

Denison  Leland  W,  clerk  W  F  Batchelder,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Denison  M  Mrs,  propr  Avenue  House,  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Denison  O  I  (O  I  Denison  &  Co)  res  1 273  San  Pablo  ave 
DENISON   0   I   &  CO  (O   I  Denison)  real  estate  and  insurance 

agents,  950  Broadway  • 

Dennan  John,  laborer,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Dennen  Augustus  M,  painter,  res  833  Willow 
Denney  William,  longshoreman,  res  St  Louis  House 
Dennis  A  D  (Dennis  &  Taylor)  res  305  Eleventh 
Dennis  Anton,  cigars  and  tobacco,  res  503  Eleventh 
Dennis  &  Taylor  (A  D  Dennis  and  Howard  Taylor)  shooting  gal- 
lery and  tobacco  and  cigar  mfrs,  1056  Broadway 
Dennis  William  H,  longshoreman,  res  560  Franklin 
Dennison  Lincoln  L,  clerk  R  M  Duncan,  res  Avenue  House 
Denniston  Henry  M,  U  S  pay  director,  res  971  Market 
Denniston  William  M,  clerk,  res  833  Magnolia 
Denny  Horace,  stationer,  S  F,  res  1674  Thirteenth  ave 
Denny  Jere,  plumber,  res  1303  Eighth 
Denny  Jerry,  professional  baseball  player,  res  1303  Eighth 
Denny  J  O,  Times  staff,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Denny  Maggie  Mrs,  artist,  res  921  Twenty-fourth 
Dent  Frank:  S,  draughtsman   bridge  and  building  department  S 

P  Co,  res  1222  Masnolia 
Dent  H  S  Mrs,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 
DENTIST,  W    E  BROOKS,  H55  Broadway,   rm   17,  res    558 

Nineteenth 
Dent  Maud  M  Miss,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

Grove 
Dent  Wrenshall  S,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

Grove 
Denyes  L   S,  res  e  s  Telegraph   ave   bet  Forty-sixth  and  Forty- 
seventh 
De  Paris  Ellen,  cook,  res  572  Tenth 

De  Pass  James,  employe  C  P  Co,  res  s  s  Summer  nr  Adeline 
Depoy  Ella  Miss,  shirtmaker,  res  1914  San  Pablo  ave 


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Depoy  Eva  Miss,  res  1914  San  Pablo  ave 

Depoy  James  A,  carpenter,  res  1914  San  Pablo  ave 

Depue  F  S,  saddlehorse  trainer,  res  559  Twenty-second 

Depue  J  E,    propr  Commercial   College,    1014  Broadway,   res  e  s 

Maple  bet  Birch  and  Temescal  ave 
Depue  Mary  Miss,  teacher  Commercial  College,  res  e  s  Maple  bet 

Birch  and  Temescal  ave 
Derby  A  B  (E  M  Derby  &  Co)  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Park 
Derby  E  M  Mrs,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Park 
DERBY   E   M  &  CO  (OE  Derby,  A    B    Derby   and    George    H 

Payne)  dealers   in    lumber   and  building  materials,    branch 

yards   Park    Street   and    Alameda     Wharf,  Alameda    and 

Modesto,  S  F  office  22  California 
Derby   Gustus  B,  lumber  merchant,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 

Park 
Derby  Henry  J,  tanner,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Nineteenth  ave 
Derby  Henry  J  Jr,  tanner,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Nineteenth 

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Derby  H  J.  tanner,  res'NW  cor  Sixteenth  ave  and  East  Twelfth 
Derby  John  A,  tanner  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  NW   cor  East 

Twelfth  and  Nineteenth  ave 
Derby  John   S,  propr   Oak    Grove   Tannery,    East   Twelfth  bet 

Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth  aves,  res  861  East  Twelfth 
Derby  Oscar  E  (E  M  Derby  &  Co,  S  F)  res  SWcor  East  Four- 
teenth and  Park 
Derby  Richard,  clerk  auditor's  office  S  P  Co,  res  1403  Chestnut 
Dergens  Martin,  laborer  Oakland  Brewery 
Derham  Nellie  E   Miss,   saleslady  Quimby   &   Remmer,   res   161 

Sixth 
Dermot  John,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1014  Broadway 
Dernelchi  Peter,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
De  Rome  C  A  Mrs,  res  n  s  Klinkner  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
De  Rome  Louis  (White  &   De    Rome)   res   n  s  Klinkner   nr  San 

Pablo  ave 
Derwin  Val,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commercial 

Union 
Desautel  Joseph,  coachman  E  S  Denison,  res  953  Market 
Des  Cormiers  Charles,  fireman,  res  371  Third 
Deslories  Alphonse,  laborer,  res  560  Franklin 
Desmond  Patrick,  teamster   Renton   Coal   Co,  res  wharf  foot  of 

Broadway 
Desnoyer  John,  boot  polisher,  1752  Seventh,  res  1805  Seventh 
De  Souza  Frank,  laborer,  res  San  Leandro  Road 
Despard  Nicholas,  fruit  stand,  SW  cor.  Eighth  and  Broadway,  res 

SE  cor  Sixth  and  Webster 
Des  Roche rs  Adele  Miss,  res  1265  Clay 
DesRochers  Maud  Miss,  res  1265  Clay 
I  Detels  Eugene  J,  clerk  Smith  &  Butler,  res  1301  Eighth 

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Detels  H  D,  butcher  G  A  Long,  res  1663  Seward 
Detels  John,  salesman  Tillmann  &  Bendel,  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  Martin,  grocer,  S  F,  res  985  Peralta 

Detels  Martin  Jr  (salesman  Ziegenbein  &  Co,  S  F)  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  Martin  Paul,  produce,  S  F,  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  William,  traveling  salesman,  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  William  P,  machinist,  res  985  Peralta 

Detering  H  A,  curator  Central   Reading  Room,  res  585  Twenty- 
fifth 
Detering  &  Johnson  (H  A  Detering  and  J  S  Johnson)  publishers 

fine  art  work,  456  Eighth 
Detering  S  A,  res  La  Clede  House 
Detrick  Marie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Detrickson  Katie,  domestic,  res  1244  Adeline 
De  Trost  George,  advertising  broker,  res  Twelfth  bet  Folsom  and 

Powell,  North  Oakland 
Deuel  C  W,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  House 
Deuress  W  A,  capitalist,  res  564  Fourteenth 
Deuress  W  A  Mrs,  res  564  Fourteenth 
Deuschle  Amalie  L,  groceries,  res  232  Twelfth 
Deusclile  John  J,  carpenter  and  contractor,  230  Twelfth 
Deuser  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  res  964  Eighth 
Deutsche  Evangelische  Chapel,    Rev  F  H  Theiss  pastor,  NW  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Deutscher  Club,  J  F  W  Bahle  pres,  Gustave  Rheinlander  sec,  46H 

Twelfth 
Devani  L,  teamster  at  quarry,  McAdam  off  New  Broadway 
De  Vany  Daniel,  bookkeeper  Crist,  Gallaghar  &  Co,  res  307  Seventh 
De  Veccho  S,  butcher,  1062  Washington,  res  1118  Washington 
Deveny  Margaret  Miss,  nurse,  res  1304  Jackson 
Devereaux  Mrs,  res  Willson  House 

Devereaux  &  Lewman  (M  M  Devereaux  and  E  R  Lewman)  whole- 
sale dealers  in  picture  frames,  512  Fifteenth 
Devereaux  Merritt  M  (Devreaux  &  Lewman)  res  512  Fifteenth 
De  Verner  A,  civil  engineer,  res  919  Adeline 
Devers  Martin  J,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1026  Willow 
Devia  Manuel,  gardener  Frank  Galindo 
De  Vine  Edward  C,  bookkeeper  Henry  Doyle  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1066 

Kirkham 
De  Vine  George  F,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1612  Twelfth 
Devine  G  W.  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Oakland  House 
Devine  Mary  Miss,  cook,  res  601  Third 
Devine  Thoma.s,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  861  Campbell 
Devost  Jeffry,  sash  and  blindmaker,  res  704  Webster 
Devreaux  John,  farmer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Merced  ave 
Devreaux  William,  farmer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Merced  ave 
Devreaux  William  Mrs,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Merced  ave 
De  Vries  Hendrick,  upholsterer  C  L  Taylor  &  Co,  res  372  First 


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De  Vries  Henry,  upholsterer  C  L  Taylor  &  Co,  res  cor  First  and 
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Devy  Joseph,  wholesale  liquors,  S  F,  res  764  Fifth 

Deward  Francis  K  Mrs,  res  1577  San  Pablc  ave 

Deward  Lena  Miss,  res  1577  San  Pablo  ave 

Dewey  Alfred  T  (Dewey  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1304  FraDklin 

Dewev  Edward  P,  printer  Dewey  &  Co,  S  F,  res  827  Fourteenth 

De  Wilson  G  A  Mrs,  res  6Qo  East  Twenty-third 

Dewing  A  A,  bookkeeper  Pacific  Bank,  S  F,  res  358  East  Four- 
teenth 

Dewitt  Cara  A  Miss,  bookkeeper,  res  726  Eleventh 

Dewitt  E  Mrs,  res  726  Eleventh 

De  Wolf  William  M,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  1012  Ninth  ave 

Dewson  Alexander,  res  627  Myrtle 

Dewson  Victoria  Mrs,  res  627  Myrtle 

Dexter  A  A,  collector,  res  Webers  Hotel 

Dexter  Stables,  M  W  Holmes  propr,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harri- 
son 

Diamond  J,  capitalist,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Dias  I  L  Mrs,  furnished  rooms,  967  Washington 

Diaz  Anton,  laborer,  res  806  East  Twelfth 

Diaz  Cosme,  bootblack,  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Broadway 

Diaz  John  D,  laborer,  res  1061  East  Twenty-first 

Diaz  Rosie  Miss,  res  1061  East  Twenty -first 

Dibutto  H,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Dice  Kate  E  Miss,  res  912  Union 

Dick  Byron  C,  insurance  adjuster  Sun  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  308 
Fourteenth 

Dickenson  Henry,  capitalist,  602  Fourteenth 

Dickerhoff  Edgar,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  821 
Market 

Dickerhoff'  John  A,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  827 
Market 

Dickerman  William  T,  clerk  Salinger's,  res  362  Tenth 

Dickerson  George  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1869  Goss 

Dickerson  James  H,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1869  Goss 

Dickerson  L  Mrs,  domestic,  1652  Seventeenth  ave 

Dickey  George,  wool  sorter,  res  673  East  Twelfth 

Dickey  William,  res  1006  Sixteenth 

DickhofT  John,  roller  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  819  Market 

Dickinson  G  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1869  Goss 

Dickinson  Henry  W,  capitalist,  res  602  Fourteenth 

Dickinson  S  J,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  812  Myrtle 

Dickinson  S  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  812  Myrtle 

Dickley  Mary  Mrs,  res  313  Sixth 

Dickson  Adam  T,  physician,  res  w  s  Telegraph  nr  Thirty-ninth 

Dickson  George,  res  1466  Curtis 

Dickson  Minnie  Miss,  children's  nurse,  res  1466  Curtis 


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Dickson  Thomas,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1466   Curtis 

Dickson  William  H,  with  S  P  Co,  res  1168  Seventh 

Didier  Marie  Mrs,  res  559  Second 

Didier  Matthew,  barber  C  Briones,  res  559  Second 

Dieckmann  Jennie  Miss,  res  n  s  Butler  ave  nr  San  Pablo 

Dieckmann  John  H,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  Butler  ave  nr 

San  Pablo  ave 
Diefenbacher  Augusta  Mrs,  res  1949  Filbert 
Diefenbacher  Charles,  plumber,  res  1949  Filbert 
Diehl  Charles  S,  Pacific  Coast  agt  Associated  Press,  res  1311  Fifth 

ave 
Dieicks  Henry,  carpenter,  res  1455  Fifth 
Dierssen  Henry,  packer  Samm  &  Co,  res  561  Fifth 
Dietrich  Amelia  Miss,  employe  box  factory,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Dietz  A  C,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Forty-fifth,  North  Oakland 
Dietz  Alfred  C,  propr  Dietz  Opera  House  and  oils  and  paints,  NE 

cor  Twelfth  and  Webster 
Dietz  Andrew  E,  mgr  Dietz  Opera  House 
Dietz  Frank  X,  watchmaker,  res  1408  Ninth 
Dietz  Fred,  clerk,  S  F,  res  Dietz  Opera  House 
Dietz  Opera  House,  Alfred  C  Dietz  propr,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Webster 
Dieu  Victor,  res  1376  Webster 

DIEVES  JOSEPH  (Kramm  &  Dieves)  res  1416  Telegraph  ave 
Diffendorfer  J  G,  res  La  Clede  House 
Dilla  D  N,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and  Adeline 
Dilla  D  N,  inventor,  res  2139  Chestnut 

Dilla  Thomas,  employe  hardware  store,  S  F,  res  2130  Chestnut 
Dille  Addie  Mrs,  res  775  Fourteenth 
Dille  Jefferson  T,  carpenter,  res  1530  Twelfth  ave 
Dillen  H,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  618  Fifth 
Dilling  G  C,  mining,  res  1120  Chestnut 

Dillingham  George  C,  saloon,  NW  cor  Claremont  and  College  ave 
Dillon  Catherine  P  Miss,  res  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
Dillon  David,  gardener,  res  1279  Grove 
DILLON   J>  cream   depot,   pure    fresh  cream  and  sweet  skimmed 

milk  every  day,  also  fresh  butter  and  buttermilk  made  ever}T 

day,  orders  taken  and  delivered   to  all    parts   of    the   city, 

1367  Broadway 
Dillon  J  M,  city  assessor  City  Hall,  res  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
Dillon    Malachi  F,  clerk  assessor's  office,  City  Hall,    res   SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Oak 
Dillon  Virginia  Miss,  res  1011  Franklin 
Dillon  William,  iron  moulder,  res  722  Second 
Dimiek  Doctor,  teamster  Curtiss  &  Davie,  res  cor   Market   and 

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Dimond  Joseph,  picker  Pacific  Iron  and    Nail    Works,   res    516 

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Dimmick  Clarence  C,  baker,  res  1929  Market 

Dimmick  Joseph,  dentist,  875  Washington,  res  1929  Market 

Dimmick  Louisa  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Dimmick  Mary  F  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  1929  Market 

Dimock  Alice  Miss,  res  New  Broadway  bet  Dimond  and   Butler 

DINGEE  WILLIAM  I  real  estate,  460"and  462  Eighth,  res  Fern  - 

wood 
Dingley  Charles  L,  lumber  merchant,  S  F,  res  876  East  Fifteenth 
Dingley  Charles  L  Jr,  clerk  C  L  Dingley,  res  876  East  Fifteenth 
Dingley  H  H,  clerk  Gordon  Hardware  Co,  res  876  East  Fifteenth 
Dingley  W  F,  clerk  C  L  Dingley,  res  876  East  Fifteenth 
Dingwell  J  F,  carpenter,  res  1514  West 
Ding  well  Joseph  H,  carpenter,  res  1514  West 
Dingwell  Louis,  salesman,  1017  Broadway 

Dinneen  Michael,    marble  cutter    D  D  Dwyer,    res   1371    Seven- 
teenth 
Dippo  William,  iron  moulder,  res  620  Second 
"DIRIGO"    (The)     Edwin   H   Campbell     proprietor,     NE     cor 

Eleventh  and  Broadway 
Dirlam  Jay  C,  mining,  res  1211  Seventh  ave 
Disard  Charles,  messenger  Sunset  Telephone  Co,  res  722  Filbert 
Disard  James  L,  expressman,  S  F,  res  722  Filbert 
Ditmas  Henry,  photographer,  SW  cor  Clay  and  Tenth,  res  Ross 

House,  Ninth 
Ditrich  C,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Dittmer  Catherine,  domestic,  1067  Brush 
Dival  Carrie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res   cor  Fourth 

ave  and  Tenth,  East  Oakland 
Di  Vecchio  Stephen,  propr  Model  Market,  1062  Washington,  res 

1118  Washington 
Dividson  Jennie,  boxmaker  Oakland  Paper  Box  Factory 
Division  No  2  A  O  H,  James  Sullivan  pres,  meets  at  St  Mary's 

Hall,  cor  Grove  and  Seventh,  second  Tuesday  each  month 
Division  No  3  A  O  H,  Patrick  Mullen  pres,  meets  at  St  Mary's 

Hall,  cor  Grove  and  Seventh,  second  Wednesday  each  month 
Division  Road  Master's  Office  S  P  Co,  cor  Seventh  and  Bay 
Divoll  Carrie  B  Miss,  seamstress,  res  1011  Fifth  ave 
Divoll  Ella  C  Miss,  res  1011  Fifth  ave 
Divoll  Frank  W,  farmer,  res  1011  Fifth  ave 
Di  Voll  J  G,  mining,  S  F,  res  1561  Eighth 
Dix  Elizabeth  Miss,  spinner   Telephonic   Cotton    Mills,  res    1111 

Campbell 
Dix  James  W,  shoemaker  Wen th worth    Boot  and    Shoe  Co,   res 

1111  Campbell 
Dix  Mary  E  Miss,    weaver   Telephonic    Cotton    Mills,    res   1111 

Campbell 
Dix  William,  res  1111  Campbell 
Dixon  Charles  B,  laborer,  res  1120  Kirkham 


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Dixon  C  W,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co.  res  584  Twenty-second 
DIXON  CRUCIBLE  CO,  J  G  Allen  agent,  10b  Davis,  S  F 
Dixon  Edward,  miner,  res  813  Eighteenth 

Dixon  George,  foreman  Oakland,  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Yale  Rail- 
road Co,  res  161  East  Tenth 
Dixon  H  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Dixon  James,  blacksmith,  411  Fourth,  res  813  Eighteenth 
Dixon  James,   supt    Oakland,  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale   Railroad 

Co,  res  1304  Tenth  ave 
Dixon  J  B,  carpenter,  res  613  East  Twelfth 
Dixon  John  B,  showcase  mfr,  S  F,  res  983  Willow 
Dixon  Mary  Miss,  res  1304  Tenth  ave 
Dixon  W  H,  freight  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1168  Seventh 
Dixon  William,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Dixon  William  H,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1168  Seventh 
Dixon  William  S,  clerk,  res  875  Filbert 
Doane  J  H,  with  Merriam  &  Co,  res  S  F 
Doane  J  K,  engineer  tug  Rival  S  P  Co,  res  1682  Eighth 
Doane  P  Albert,  clerk  lumber  yard,  S  F,  res  955  Jefferson 
Dobon  Kate  Mrs,  res  660  East  Fifteenth 
Dobon  Louis,  crerk  W  H  Smith,  res  660  East  Fifteenth 
Dobon  Mamie,  res  660  East  Fifteenth 
Dobson  Charles  E,  baujo  instructor,  res  859  Broadway 
Doctor  Nicholas,  gardener,  res  1457  Third 
DODGE  C  G  JR>  attorn ey-at-law,  906  Broadway,  rms  15  and  16, 

res  460  East  Twelfth 
Dodge  C  G,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  460  East  Twelfth 
Dodge  Edward  C  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  460  East  Twelfth 
Dodge  Ezekiel  G,  clerk  White  sewing  machine,  res  1253  Twelfth 

ave 
Dodge  George,  bricklayer,  res  865  Campbell 
Dodge  Harriet  A  Mrs,  res  1006  Webster  * 

Dodge  H  M  Mrs,  res  460  East  Twelfth 
Dodge  J  S  Mrs,  propr  Gieschen  House,  420  Sixth 
Dodge  Lillian  B  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  460  East  Twelfth 
Dodge  Marian  N  Mrs,  res  1219  Webster 
Dodge  Nellie  A  Mrs,  res  1253  Twelfth  ave 
Dodge  William  H,  res  1354  Eighth  ave 
Dodge  William  R,  res  1253  Twelfth  ave 
Dods  A  L,  delivery  clerk  Oakland  Fruit  and  Produce  Co,  res  1006 

Webster 
Dods  Bella  Miss,  bds  1006  Webster 
Dods  James,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  1006  Webster 
Dods  Lulu  Miss,  bookkeeper,  bds  1006  Webster 
Dodson  Benjamin  C,  laborer,  1324  Twenty-second  ave 
Dodson  Maria  Miss,  photo  painter,  res  1324  Twenty-second  ave 
Dodson  Sophia  Mrs,  ladies'  nur.^e,  res  1324  Twenty-second  ave 
Dodson  Walter  G,  candy  maker,  res  1324  Twenty-second  ave 


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Doe  Charles  F  (California  Door  Co)  res  S  F 
Doe  Charles  H,  car  repairer,  res  1810  William 
DOE  LUKE'  real  estate  and  insurance  broker  468  Ninth,  res  1159 
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Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Broker, 

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Real  Estate  in  all  parts  of  the  City,  including  Residence  and  Business  Property, 
also  Vineyard,  Fruit  and  Farming  Lands  sold. 

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Careful  Appraisement  and  Sales  made  for  Courts,  Administrators,  Executors,  Com- 
missioners, Receivers,  Mortgagees,  Trustees,  and  faithfully 
complying  with  prescribed  legal  forms. 


Doe  Martin,  res  1810  William 

Doe  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1810  William 

Doe  Murton  A,  apprentice  G  A  Long,  res  1810  William 

Doe  Stephen,  book  agt,  res  1785  William 

Doherty  Dan,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Doherty  Fred,  bundle  boy  Taft  &  Pennoyer 

Doherty  George,.  survevor,  res  721  Fifth 

Doherty  John,  res  721*  Fifth 

Doherty  M  A  Miss,  bakery  and  confectionery,  620 J  East  Twelfth 

Dohertv  M  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1683  Seventh 

Doherty  William,  longshoreman,  res  1368  Fifteenth 

Dohrmann  Henry,  painter,  362  Fourth 

Dohrmann  Henry,  VereinEintracht,  Eintracht  Hall,  410  Seventh 

Dohrmann  Henry,  ragman,  res  1165  Twenty-fourth 

Dohrmann  J  H,  music  teacher,  res  359  Fourth 

Dohs  John,  barber,  res  1665  Twelfth 

Doig  Alexander,  printer  Oakland  Tribune,  res    cor    Valdez   and 

Dennison 
Doig  John,  dresser  California  Cotton  Mills,   res   cor    Valdez  and 

Dennison 
Doig  William  Ford,  clerk  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  SE  cor  Valdez 

and  Dennison 
Dolan  Alice  Miss,  with  Mrs  M  A  Thorn,  res  690  Twenty-seventh 
Dolan  Anne  E,  domestic,  1353  Alice 
Dolan  Felix,  commercial  traveler,    res    cor    Telegraph    ave    and 

Forty-second 
Dolan  &  Hook  (Joseph  Dolan  and  James  Hook)  fruits,  vegetables, 

poultry  and  game,  stalls  8-14,  City  Market 
Dolan  J,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  409  Ninth 
Dolan  J  J,  baggage  master  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Seventh 


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Dolan  James,  dairyman,  res  Weston  ave  nr  Broadway 

Dolan  John,  tinsmith  M  De  La  Montanya  and  extraman  Engine 

No  1  Oakland  Fire  Department,  res  855  Washington 
Dolan  Joseph  (Dolan  &  Hook)  fruits,  vegetables  and  poultry,  res 

SF 
Dolan  Lizzie  A  Miss,  looper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1826  Goss 
Dolan  M,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1711  Atlantic 
Dolan  Mamie,  domestic,  574  Sixteenth 
Dolan  Mary  F  Miss,  cloakmaker,  S  F,  res  1826  Goss 
Dolan  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1826  Goss 
Dolan  Thomas,  blacksmith,  res  1477  Fifth 
Dolan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  690  Twenty-seventh 
Dolan  Thomas,  painter,  res  166  Seventh 
Doland  F  W,  salesman,  res  1308  Webster 
Dolbier  Delmer,  clerk,  S  F,  res  555  East  Sixteenth 
Dole  Julia  Miss,  teacher,  res  1257  Harrison 
Doling  Francis,  carpenter,  res  564  Second 
Doling  James,  carpenter  McCarty  &  Allen,  res  806  Jackson 
Doll  Fred,  farmer,  res  High  nr  Prescott 
Doll  Lottie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  761  Peralta 
Dolman  Annie  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  Hopkins,  Fruit  Yale 
Dolorien  John,  machinist,  res  Eleventh  nr  Powell 
Dolphf  Lucia  Miss,  domestic,  633  Fourteenth 
Dolsen  S  L  Mrs,  res  561  Sycamore 

Domes  Henrv  W,  mechanic  C  B  Rice,  res  1073  Thirteenth  ave 
DOMESTIC  EMPLOYMENT  OFFICE,  Mrs  L  Buckingham  pro- 

prietor,  510  Fifteenth 
Domestic  Shoe  Co,  boots  and  shoes,  1173  Broadway 
Domingo  George  H,  barber,  res  2127  Adeline 
Dominick  Frank,  waiter  Maison  Dore,  bds  1261  Jefferson 
Donaha  C  Mrs,  res  855  Washington 
Donahar  J  W,  propr  Clarendon  House 
Donahar  Margaret,  res  Clarendon  House 

Donahoe  Michael,  laborer,  res  n  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Donahoe  Murty,  laborer,  res  Clay  nr  Sixth 
Donahoo  William  H,  brick  mason,  res  523  Sixteenth 
Donahue  David,  laborer,  res  707  Sycamore 
Donahue  Mary  A  Miss,  companion,  res  1305  Eighth 
Donaldson  Alexander,  stair  builder  Knowles  &  Wetmore,  res  500 

Twenty -fourth 
Donaldson  Emily  S  Mrs,  res  1417  Castro 
Donaldson  James,  shipping,  S  F,  res  La  Clede  House 
Donaldson  Mary,  servant,  res  946  Myrtle 
Donaldson  V  M,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 
Donaldson  William  A,  Solicitor  Tvuckee   Lumber  Co,  S    F,  res 

1620  Thirteenth  ave 
Donato  Ricci,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Donavan  Maggie  E  Miss,  foreman  Mrs  De  Forest,  res  613  Sixth 


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Donavin  Jack,  res  757  Webster 

Doubree  Louis,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Donelan  Cora,  dressmaker  M  A  Thorn,  res  1517  Seventh 

Donelan  S  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  355  Tenth 

Donelin  T  James,  freight  auditing  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1430  Six- 
teenth 

Donguy  Daniel,  expressman,  res  218  Fifth 

Donguy  Felicita  Mrs,  res  218  Fifth 

Donihue  J  R,  civil  engineer,  res  762  Brush 

Donivan  John  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1467  Seventh 

Donley  Adolphus,  res  1405  Seventh 

Donley  John,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

Donley  Theresa  Miss,  domestic,  SW  cor  Twenty -first  ave  and 
East  Twenty-eighth 

Donnell  Arthur  C,  insurance,  S  F,  res  1227  Myrtle 

Donnellan  M  A  Mrs,  res  814  Twenty-ninth 

Donnellan  Thomas,  hack  driver,  res  Clarendon  House 

Donnellan  Thomas,  printer,  res  914  Twenty-eighth 

Donnelly  — ,  hackman,  res  855  Washington 

Donnelly  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Donnelly  Elizabeth,  seamstress,  res  cor  Pacific  and  Campbell 

Donnelly  Grace  Miss,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Julia 

Donnelly  Henry,  mining,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Julia 

Donnelly  Henry  T,  student,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Julia 

Donnelly  Hettie  Miss,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Julia 

Donnelly  J  C,  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  1305  Eighth 

Donnelly  J  F,  carpenter,  res  Girard  House 

Donnelly  Joseph  B,  bookkeeper,  res  1810  Goss 

Donnelly  Mamie,  looper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  cor  Pacific 
and  Campbell 

Donnelly  Mary,  domestic,  726  Fifteenth 

Donnelly  Mary  Mrs,  res  1810  Goss 

Donnely  Mrs,  res  701  East  Fifteenth 

Donneran  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  916  Third 

Donnes  Fritz,  janitor  Emery  School 

Donnovan  Eva  Miss,  employe  Oakland  Woolen  Mills,  res  916 
Third 

Donnovan  Michael,  laborer,  res  916  Third 

Donnovan  Minnie  Miss,  artist,  res  916  Third 

Donohue  C  J,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  David,  laborer,  res  707  Sycamore 

Donohue  John,  laborer,  res  497  Twenty-fifth 

Donohue  Josie  Miss,  waiter  Pullman  Hotel 

Donohue  Kate  Miss,  res  1557  Webster 

Donohue  Maggie  C  Miss,  res  13p5  Sixteenth 

Donohue  Robert  E,  plumber,  S  F,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  Samuel  J,  apprentice  plumber  and  gasfitter,  res  1355 
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Donovan  — ,  clerk  Joyce  &  Macdonald,  res  855  Washington 
Donovan  Cornelius,  plasterer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Alcatraz 
Donovan  Daniel,  plasterer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Alcatraz 
Donovan  Daniel  J,  bookkeeper  William  P  Slattery,  res  760  Third 
Donovan  Edward  G,  letter  carrier,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Eva,  knitter  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  953  Third 
Donovan  James,  plasterer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Alcatraz 
Donovan  Jeremiah  C,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1003  Third 
Donovan  Johanna,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Alcatraz 
Donovan  John,  fireman  steamer  Alameda,  res  1003  Third 
Donovan  John  B,  compositor,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  John  K,  teamster,  res  495  Twenty-fifth 
Donovan  John  L,  paper  hanger,  res  1003  Third 
Donovan  John  T,  engineer  Flint  &  Zimmerman,  res  495  Twenty- 
fifth 
Donovan  Maggie  Miss,  milliner,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Margaret  Mrs,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Michael,  laborer,  res  916  Third 
Donovan  Minnie,  flannel  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res 

916  Third 
Donovan  Patrick,  broommaker  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
Donovan  R  T,  bartender  Gill  &  Donovan,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  William  J  (Gill  &  Donovan)  res  613  Sixth 
Donzelmann  Fred,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1407  Twelfth 
Donzelmann  J  Fred,  commercial  traveler,  res  1407  Twelfth 
Doody  Arthur  H,  sign  painter,  res  565  Sixth 
Doody  Daniel  W,  painter,  res  565  Sixth 
Doody  &  Hooley  (Miles  Doody  and  C  Hooley)  house  and  sign 

painters,  474  Twelfth 
Doody  Miles  (Doody  &  Hooley)  and    second    asst   engineer  fire 

department,  City  Hall,  res  565  Sixth 
Doody  Nellie  Miss,  res  565  Sixth 
Dooley  Edmond  T,  supt  Boys'  and  Girls'  Aid  Society,  S  F,  res 

1712  Twenty-first  ave 
Dooley  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1457  Eighth 
Dooley  Patrick,  iron  worker  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  bds 

690  Market 
Dooley  Thomas,  upholsterer  John  Williams,  res  S  F 
Doose  William  &  Co  (WTilliam  Doose)  groceries,  wines  and  liquors, 

227  Eighth 
Doran  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1778  Atlantic 
Doran  Nicholas,  sexton  St  Patrick's  Church,  res  960  Peralta 
Dorety  Joseph  H,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  519  East  Four- 
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Dorgan  John,  carpenter,  res  1715  William 
Dorgan  Michael,  dairy,  res  2417  Piedmont  ave 
Dorgeloh  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1175  Market 
Dorm  an  A  Mrs,  res  1656  Webster 


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Dorman  C  A,  physician,  res  Beulah  Park 

Dorman  Frederick,  res  Beulah  Park 

Dorman  Henry,  house  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  409  Thirteenth 

Dornin  G  W,  clerk  Insurance  Co  of  London,  res  1974   Webster 

Dorrell  James  G,  carpenter,  res  264  B 

Dorsaz  Fred  H,  photographer  W  W  Dames,  res  Alameda 

Dorsch  Charles,  merchant  tailor,  1712  Seventh 

Dorsey  V  Miss,  res  1426J  San  Pablo  ave 

Doty  L  W,  plumber  and  tinsmith,  685  East  Twelfth,  res  1273 
Thirteenth  ave 

Doub  David  M,  clerk,  S  F,  res  2217  Grove 

Doud  E  S,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 

Dougery  Charles,  plasterer,  res  1828  Adeline 

Dougherty  William,  carpenter,  res  612  Eighteenth 

Dougherty  W  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  322  Sixth 

Doughty  Etta  I  Miss,  res  1417  Sixth  ave 

Douglas  Jennie  Mrs,  domestic,  1300  Harrison 

Douglas  Nathan  S,  bookkeeper  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  2015  Chest- 
nut 

Douglas  Oliver  P  Mrs,  res  1919  Magnolia 

Douglass  Margie,  domestic,  940  Filbert 

Doul  Alexander,  with  M  J  Keller,  res  811  Sixteenth 

Douthitt  F  L,  house  mover,  res  1375  Seventeenth 

Doutry  Anton,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Dove  Jane  Mrs,  res  1534  Market 

Dow  Amos  R,  carpenter,  res  1185  East  Sixteenth 

Dow  George,  steam  pumps,  S  F,  res  568  Twenty-fifth 

Dow  Lorenzo,  carpenter,  res  1370  Eleventh 

Dow  Michael,  laborer,  res  cor  Twenty-first  ave  and  East  Twelfth 

Dow  W  R,  res  963  Eighth 

Dowd  Bernard,  laborer,  res  1113  Third 

Dowd  Daniel,  painter,  res  1267  Campbell 

Dowd  John  H,  upholsterer,  res  1267  Campbell 

Dowd  Joseph,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commer- 
cial Union 

Dowdle  Charles,  clerk,  res  1122  Chestnut 

Dowdle  Everett,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1122  Chestnut 

Dowdle  Louisa  Mrs,  res  1122  Chestnut 

Dowdle  William  H,  clerk,' res  1123  Chestnut 

Dowlin  S  E  Mrs,  res  n  s  Thirty -ninth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 

Dowiing  Albert,  bartender,  res  464  Ninth 

Dowling  Charles,  laborer  Judson  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  802 
Clay 

Dowling  Richard,  carpenter,  res  415  Seventh 

Dowling  Thomas,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 

Dowling   W   E,  upholsterer,  res  555  Twenty-second 

Downer  Elijah,  horse  trainer,  res  Ettie  nr  Park  ave 

Downer  H  A,  printer,  res  1910  Thirteenth  ave 


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Downey  A,  barkeeper,  res  464  Ninth 

Downey  Andrew,  salesman,  S  F,  res  854  Jefferson 

Downey  Ann  Mrs,  res  665  Fifth 

Downey  Annie,  artist,  res  665  Fifth 

Downey  Daniel,  gripman,  bds  1663  Grove 

Downey  Frank,  teamster  Hickok,  Schroeder  &  Co,  res  602 
Franklin 

Downey  James  H,  teamster  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  res  512  East  Fifteenth 

Downey  John  C,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  512  East  Fifteenth 

Downey  John  H,  carpenter   Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mills,  res  S  F 

Downey  Mary  Mrs,  domestic,  610  Twelfth 

Downey  Patrick,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co,  bds  1663  Grove 

Downey  Peter,  gardener,  res  713  Fifteenth 

Downey  T  A,  patrolman,  res  523  Tenth 

Downey  William,  millman,  res  852J  Webster 

Downey  William,  bench  hand  Ingler  &  Atkinson 

Downey  W  J,  driver  police  patrol  wagon,  res  665  Fifth 

Downing  Albert,  bartender  Jay  Scott 

Downing  Albert,  tobacco  dealer,  res  1018  Wood 

Downing  Ella  Miss,  res  1018  Wood 

Downing  Fenwick  W,  res  1253  Eleventh  ave 

Downing  Fremont  O,  purser  steamer  Santa  Rosa,  res  1253 
Eleventh  ave 

Downing  J  H,  Risdon  Iron  Works,  S  F,  res  709  Tenth 

Downing  Thomas  A,  carpenter,  res  1253  Eleventh  ave 

Downing  Thomas  H,  lather,  res  728  Lewis 

Downs  D  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1810  William 

Downs  Daniel,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1803  Seventh 

Downs  Orlando  K,  propr  Tubbs  Hotel  Livery  Stable,  res  Tubbs 
Hotel 

Downs  W  M,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Doyle  Chester  A,  ticket  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1311  Fourth  ave 

Doyle  Daniel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Alameda 

Doyle  Hugh,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  McPherson  nr  Central  ave 

Doyle  J,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 

Doyle  James  A,  tinsmith,  res  909  Fifth 

Doyle  James  J,  sailmaker,  res  229  Harlan 

Doyle  James  M,  sea  captain  and  master  mariner,  res  1317  West 

Doyle  Jennie  Mrs,  res  665  Third 

Doyle  John  Mrs,  res  1311  Fourth  ave 

Doyle  Luke,  grocer,  852  Webster 

Doyle  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1224  Eighth 

DOYLE  &  McAULEY  (T  Doyle  and  A  McAuley;  proprietors  Good- 
enough  Horseshoeing  Shop,  509  Eighth 

Dovle  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1815  Seventh 

Doyle  T  (Doyle  &  McAuley)  res  698  Thirty-fifth 

Doyle  Terrance,  dairyman,  res  239  Hannah 

Doyle  Thomas  R,  clerk,  res  229  Harlan 


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Drake  Emery  J,  asst  foreman   press  room  Pacific  Press,  res  1471 

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Drake  Ernest,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  725  Eleventh 
Drake  George  F,  salesman,  res  1720  Seward 
Drake  George  W,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  1720  Seward 
Drake  John  B,  porter,  S  F,  res  1720  Seward 
Drake  M  A  Mrs,  res  368  First 

Drake  T  M  Miss,  weaver  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  368  First 
Drake  Willis,  engineer  rolling  mill,  res  2126  Magnolia 
Drapal  Henry,  gardener,  res  East  Fourteenth,   Fruit  Vale 
Draper  T  B,  plasterer,  res  1216  Twentieth  ave 
Drath  Henry,  finisher    Oakland    Artificial    Stone    Co,    res  1217 

Franklin 
Dreaper  Calvin  P,  expressman,  res  1667  William 
Drease  Annie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1053  Webster 
Drees  Ernest,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Drees  Hermann,  clerk  S  Angel  &  Co,   res  Foster's  Wharf  foot  of 

Franklin 
Drees  William,  barber,  672  Broadway 
Drennan  Thomas  B,  machinist  Judson  Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res 

cor  Watts  and  Forty-fifth 
Drennon  Elizabeth  Mrs,  ^es  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  George  W,  engineer,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  N  Miss,  saleslady  R  W  Mathes,  res   1013   Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Nelson,  engineer  Pacific   Mail    Steamship  Co,   res  830 

Webster 
Drennon  Vina,  looper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  William,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  830  Webster 
Dresco  Lorenzo  (Petar  &  Dresco)  res  1363  Castro 
Dresser  Walter  H,  ba£2fao'e  master  S  P  Co,  res  856  Adeline 
Dressier  George,  boots  and  shoes,  615  East  Twelfth 
Dressier  Gustavus,  boots  and  shoes,  615  East  Twelfth 
Drevassa  Virginia,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Prew  Edward,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Drew  Elizabeth  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1420 

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Drew  Elmer  R,  res  681   Twenty -fifth 
Drew  Enoch,  res  681  Twenty-fifth 
Drew  E  P,  master  W  H  Dimond,  res  1418  Filbert 
Drew  James  P,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  1854  Short 
Drew    Joseph,   dryman  Oakland   Woolen  Works,  res  1420   Fif- 
teenth 
Drew  Simon  J,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  1854  Short 
Dreyer  Fred,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  'Shoe  Factory,  res  310 

Seventh 
Dreyer  John  H,  shoemaker  A  Jonas  &  Bro,  res  310  Seventh 
Dreyer  Margaret  Mrs,  cigar  maker  L  Lehmkuhl,  res  310  Seventh 
Driggs  George  R,  res  1019  Webster 


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Drinkwater  Ambrose  M,  clerk  J  Cushion  &  Son,  res   662   Nine 
teenth 

Driscoll  Dennis  I,  sailmaker,  res  1661  Atlantic 

Driscoll  George  D,  car  cleaner,  res  940  Peralta 

Driscoll  Hannah  Mrs,  domestic,  574  Ninth 

Driscoll  Harry,  hack  driver,  res  806  Alice 

Driscoll  James  J,  crockery  packer,  S  F,  res  1666  William 

Driscoll  Jeremiah,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  753  Campbell 

Driscoll  J  M  Mrs,  res  1389  Alice 

Driscoll  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  753  Campbell 

Driscoll  John  A;  plumber,  res  806  Alice 

Driscoll  Julia,  res  865  Twelfth 

Driscoll  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  146  Lake 

Driscoll  Lillie  Miss,  res  940  Peralta 

Driscoll  Maria  Mrs,  res  362  Fifth 

Driscoll  Nellie,  domestic,  1416  Castro 

Driscoll  William,  laborer,  res  806  Alice 

Driver  Charles  B,  foundryman  Pacific  Press,  res  708  Eleventh 

Driver  Henry,  nurse  Homeopathic  Hospital,  res  1057  Alice 

Drivon  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  cor  Maple  and  Birch 

Drivon  Eugene,  res  cor  Maple  and  Birch 

Drobel  Henry,  gardener,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Julia 

Droit  Thomas  C,  carpenter,  res  703  Castro 

Druby  Louis,  barber  W  C  Fleischhauer,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Drugan  Alexander,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Drugan  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Druhe  Hermon  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1175  Market 

Druhe  John  H,  capitalist,  res  1175  Market 

Druhe  W  H,. porter  S  P  Co  wharf,  res  1175  Market 

Druhm  Carl,  propr  Oakland  Paper  Box  Factory,  res  1366  Elev- 
enth 

Druhm   Joseph,  employe   Oakland   Paper   Box  Factory,  res  658 
Third 

Druin  Daniel,  expressman,  res  218  Fifth 

Drum  Frank  G  (Hagin  &  Tevis)  r«  s  953  Market 

Drum  John  S,  capitalist,  1050  Broadway,  res  953  Market 

Drury  Josephine  S  Miss,  res  1253  Twelfth  ave 

Drussel  Julia  Mrs,  res  918  Filbert 

Drussel  Louis,  book  agt,  res  918  Filbert 

Dryer  Ella  Miss,  res  1831  Adeline 

Dryer  M  Miss,  cigar  maker  L  Lehmkuhl,  res  310  Seventh 

Dryer  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1831  Adeline 

Drynen  Annie  C  Miss,  res  227  Tenth 

Drynen  John,  watchman  custom  house,  S  F,  res  227  Tenth 

Drynen  Mary  L  Miss,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  227  Tenth 

Dubernet  L,  met  chant,  res  1271  Eleventh  ave 

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Dubernet  Lucien,  picture  frame  maker,  res  1267  Eleventh  ave 

Dubernet'R,  clerk,  res  1271  Eleventh  ave 

Dubois  Benjamin,  patternmaker,  res  2101  Adeline 

Du  Bois  Fred  W,  res  602  East  Twelfth 

Dubois  M,  farmer,  res  Lake  Shore  ave 

Dubois  P  G,  carpenter,  res  2101  Adeline 

Du  Bois  William  C,  res  602  East  Twelfth 

Du  Boise  Elijah,  dairyman,  res  Lake  Shore  ave 

Duby  Richard,  chief  clerk  auditor's  office,  S  F,  res  1403  Chestnut 

Duchesneau  Thomas,  employe  Judson  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 
n  s  Summer  nr  Adeline 

Duchran  Emel  A,  tuilor,  res  807  Wood 

Duck  George  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Twelfth 

Duck  Lewis,  freight  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Twelfth 

Ducroquet  Joseph,  laundryman,  res  214  Second 

Duddy  Martin,  express  and  carryall,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Broad- 
way, res  9 1 1  Alice 

Duddy  William  F,  carriage  painter,  bds  911  Alice 

Dudley  Ary  A,  res  1222  Franklin 

Dudley  Charles  P,  groceries,  1207  Adeline,  res  1236  Adeline 

Dudley  E  C,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  816  Broadway 

Dudley  Ezra  C,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  Market  Street  Block 

Dudley  George  E,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Dudlev  Justin  Z.  artist,  res  1222  Franklin 

Dudley  Lulu  Mrs,  res  1465  Tenth  ave 

Dudley  Pressley  W,  res  1005  Franklin 

DUDLEY  WILLIAM  M  (Glines  &  Dudley)  res  1236  Adeline 

Dudley  Z  K,  cabinet  maker,  1124  Webster 

Dudrian  Cerill,  knife  and  shear  sharpener,  res  603  Webster 

Duell  Charles,  painter  C  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Dueser  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  964  Eighth 

Duff  William,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1306  Seventh 

Duff  William,  shipkeeper  S  P  Co,  res  1725  William 

Duffey  Edward,  foreman,  res  919  Jefferson 

Duffie  Frances  Miss,  shirtmaker  M  J  Keller,  res  Jurgens  Block 

Duffy  A  J,  capitalist,  res  Newland  House 

Duffy  B  Mrs,  res  1355  Kirkham 

Duffy  Bernard,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co,  res  560  Second 

Duffy  Bessie,  res  1355  Kirkham 

Duffy  Edward  F,  teamster  WS&OTCo,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth 
and  Franklin 

Duffy  George,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Duffy  James,  porter,  S  F,  res  819  Filbert 

Duffy  James,  watchmaker,  res  Winthrop  House 

Duffy  James  A,  capitalist,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Duffy  James  F,  mining  engineer,  res  811  Center 

Duffy  John  E,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  819  Filbert 

Duffy  Kate,  domestic,  856  Jefferson 


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Duffy  Lizzie,  employe  Went  worth    Boot  and  Shoe  Factory,   res 

819  Filbert 
Duffy  Rose  Miss,  res  La  (Jlede  House 
Duffy  Thomas,  ornamental  plasterer,  res  1355  Kirkham 
Duffy  Thomas,  laborer,  res  2761  Shattuck  ave 
Duffy  Thomas  M,  porter,  res  819  Filbert 
Dufit  Mary  Mrs,  res  372  First 
Dugan  Charles  E,  bookkeeper,  res  1048  Peralta 
Dugan  George,  lather,  res  1399  Thirtieth 
Dugan  Jennie  E  Miss,  domestic,  1668  Thirteenth 
Dujolly  George,  painter,  res  752  Willow 
Duley  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1457  Eighth 
Dultich  Luigi,  capitalist,  res  652J  East  Fourteenth 
Dumas  James  E,  farmer,  res  557  Sixth 
Dumett  E  C  Mrs,  res  1574  Seventh  ave 
Dumett  J  C,  engineer,  res  1574  Seventh  ave 
Dumont  Joseph,  teamster  V  L  Fortin,  res  709  Washington 
Dun  Joseph,  clerk  Salinger's,  res  855  Washington 
Dunakin   Thomas    H,  foreman    C   A   Whitney,   S    F,   res    1308 

Twelfth  ave 
Dunbar  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dunbar  A  S  Mrs,  res  431  Hawthorne  ave 
Dunbar  E  A  Mrs.  res  928  Thirty-fourth 

Dunbar  Jennie  L,  res  cor  East  Seventeenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Dunbar  Joseph,  laundryman,  res  1418  Fifteenth 
Dunbar  Joshua,  tea  and  coffee  dealer,   res   cor  East   Seventeenth 

and  Twentieth  ave 
Dunbar  Katie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar  Lillie  Miss,  res  922  Thirty-fourth 
Dunbar  Lizzie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res   1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar  S  G  S,  principal  Durant  School,  res  431  Hawthorne  ave 
Duncan  Alexander,  bookkeeper  James  Wilson,  res  1524  Broadway 
Duncan  Anna  Miss,  res  1059  Brush 
Duncan  Dora  G  Mrs,  res  11 56 J  Seventh 
Duncan  Fanny  Mrs,  res  1059  Brush 
Duncan  George  J,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1726  William 
Duncan  J,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  831  Cedar 
Duncan  James,  engineer  California  Jute  Mill,  res  1607  Thirteenth 

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Duncan  J  J,  res  1059  Brush 

Duncan  John  M,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1115  Campbell 
Duncan  MAS  Mrs,  res  n  s  Forty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Duncan  R  D,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  S  F 
Duncan  Richard  M,  groceries  and  provisions,  851  Myrtle,  res  945 

Myrtle 
Duncan  Robert,  carpenter,  res  956  Third 


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Duncan  Robert,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1725  Taylor 

Duncombe  Lucy  M  Mrs,  res  1676  Thirteenth  ave 

Duncombe  William  A,  propr  Bon  Ton  Boat  House,  Lake  Merritt 

Dune'ker-Hansen  Christian,  res  1702  East  Twenty-fourth 

Dungan  E  L,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1718J  Seventh 

Dunham  B  F  (Dunham,  Carrigan  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1397  Alice 

Dunham  C  A,  sea  captain,  res  1311  Jefferson 

Dunham  C  A  Mrs,  res  1311  Jefferson 

Dunham  Clarissa  Mrs,  ivs  527  Seventh 

Dunham  David,  grocer,  cor  Seventh  and  Clay,  res  524  Sixth 

Dunham  David,  clerk,  res  524  Sixth 

Dunham  Emily  Miss,  res  524  Sixth 

Dunham  George  P,  hack  driver,  res  524  Sixth 

Dunham  T,  laborer,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-ninth 

Duninor  William,  carpenter,  res  1715  Taylor 

DUNLAP  CHARLES  H,  agent  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co  of  New 

York,  962  Broadway,  res  Alameda 
Dunlap  Henry  A,  house  mover,  res  831  Union 
Dunlap  William,  apprentice  Ham  Coleman,  res  831  Union 
Dun  lay  Ad  die  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1267  Webster 
Dunlevy  Michael,  Nevada  Meat  Market,  971  Third 
Dunmire  Samuel  S,  res  1361  Franklin 
Dunn  Alexander,  machinist,  res  1370  Ninth 
Dunn  Alexander  Mrs,  res  1414  Seventeenth 
Dunn  Charles,  student,  res  1656  Webster 
Dunn  Clara  B,  clerk,  res  629  Sycamore 

Dunn  J,  saloon,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Powell,  North  Oakland 
Dunn  James,  butcher  L  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 
Dunn  James,  moulder,  res  alley  bet   Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

aves  and  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
DUNN  J  M,  dentist,  1155  Broadway,  rms  28  and  29,  res  Erie  Block, 

rms  7  and  14 
Dunn  Margaret,  domestic,  765  Fourteenth 
Dunn  Mary  Miss,  res  690  Sycamore 
Dunn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1612  Myrtle 
Dunn  R  K,  dentist,  Delger  Block,  rm  3,  res  1224  Franklin 
Dunn  Samuel  W,  agt,  res  692  Sycamore 
Dunn  Thomas,  laborer,  res  972  East  Sixteenth 
Dunn  Wilson  D,  res  629  Sycamore 
Dunn  W  L,  clerk  H  E  Fawcett,  res  629  Sycamore 
Dimnavan  John,  paper  hanger,  res  1060  Broadway 
Dunnet  G  A,  artist,  res  378  East  Fifteenth 
Dunphy  Thomas,  res  762  Twentieth 
Dunstan  John,  gardener,  res  515  Twenty-fourth 
Dupoli   William,   with    Michael    Petonni,   bds   cor   Seventh   and 

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Dupont  John,  boot  polishing  stand,  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway, 

res  101  Franklin 


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Du  Prat  Augustus,  broker.  S  F,  res  1057  Campbell 

DUPRE  AMERMAN  J  MRS,  physician,  463  Thirteenth 

Dupuis  Samuel,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co,  bds  560  Second 

Duran  Agnes  Mrs,  res  1128  Myrtle 

Duran  Edward  C,  artist,  res  1128  Myrtle 

Durand  S  W,  horseman,  res  1152  Franklin 

Durant  Amos,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  600  Twelfth 

Durant  J  E  Mrs,  res  1353  Tenth  ave 

Durant  School,  S  G  S  Dunbar  principal,  Twenty-eighth  nr  Grove 

Durenberger  Michel,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  1118  Third 

Durham  John,  gardener,  res  Linden  Lane  nr  Broadway 

Durham  John  O,  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Durham  John  P  Mrs,  milliner,  res  1116  Washington 

Durham  J  P  Mrs,  saleslady  F  M  Reed  &  Co,  res  1116  Washington 

Durkan  Annie  J  Miss,  domestic,  1311  Fifth  ave 

Durkeil  Mary,  domestic,  1265  Grove 

Durkin  J  M,  U  S  custom,  S  F,  res  Golden  Eagle  Hotel 

Durmot  J,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  Everetts  Block 

Durning  Thomas,  clerk  Wm  Walsh,  res' 1614  Fifteenth 

Durning  Thomas  A,  compositor,  S  F,  res  1614  Fifteenth 

Durning  Thomas  G,  mining  agt,  res  524  East  Eighteenth 

Durning  Thomas  A  Jr,  clerk,  res  1614  Fifteenth 

Du  Rose  Alice  Miss,  res  1117  Poplar 

Du  Rose  Charles  H,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing   Mills,  res  1117 

Poplar 
Du  Rose  Francis  F,  merchant,  res  1117  Poplar 
Durrer  Arnold,  milk  ranch,  res  Beulah  Park 
Durst  Joachim,  res  1113  Adeline 

Dusinbury  Harry  E,  asst  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1228  Adeline 
Dusinbury  John  B,  res  1228  Adeline 
DUSINBURY  MYRON  T>  real  estate,  insurance,  and  notary  public, 

970  Broadway,  res  1228  Adeline 
Dustin  James,  horse  traner,  res  Randlett  House 
Dutra  Joseph,  res  1744  Seventh 
Dutria  An  tone  G,  laborer,  res  1413  Eighteenth 
Dutton  C  E,  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  481  Twenty- 
fifth 
Dutton  Jane  Mrs,  res  914  Fifth 
Dutton  John  W  (Dutton  &  Tuttle)  res  NW  cor  Thirty-third  and 

Grove 
DUTTON   &  TUTTLE  (J  W  Dutton  and  S  J  Tuttle),  real  estate, 

972  Broadway 
Duval  Frank,  driver  S  P   Co.  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-eighth 
Duval  Oliver,  carpenter,  re^  777  Fourteenth 
Dwier  Misses,  dressmakers  (Miss  Mary  Dwier  and  Miss  Maggie 

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Dwier    Maggie    Miss   (Misses  Dwier)  res  SE    cor  Alcatraz  and 

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Dwier  Mary  Miss  (Misses  Dwier)  res  SE  cor  Alcatraz  and  Ade- 
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Dwinell  Israel  E  Rev,  professor  Pacific  Theological  Seminary,  res 
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Dwyer  Annie  Miss,  domestic  C  D  Haven,  Eighth  nr  Linden 

Dwyer  Annie  Miss,  res  252  Eighth 

Dwyer  Bridget,  res  1010  Third    . 

Dwyer  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  w  s  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth 

Dwyer  Daniel  D,  marble  works,  res  Piedmont  ave  nr  Cemetery 

Dye  Annie,  domestic  Brunswick  House 

Dyer  Alice  Miss,  res  1257  Jackson 

Dyer  E  Mrs,  res  1307  Chustnut 

Dyer  Harold  P,  electrician,  res  1307  Chustnut 

Dyer  Henry  S,  res  1307  Chestnut    • 

Dyer  Hubert,  student  University,  res  1307  Chestnut 

Dyer  James  A,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  555  Seventh 

Dyer  Jennie  H  Miss,  res  1257  Jackson 

Dyer  Joseph  P,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1257  Jackson 

Dyer  M  S  Miss,  res  1257  Jackson 

Dyer  Ruth  B  Miss,  res  1257  Jackson 

Dyer  Sarah  N  Mrs,  res  1102  East  Sixteenth 

Dyes  Annie,  domestic,  res  1557  Webster 

Dyke  Julia  A  Mrs,  res  161  Third 

Dynes  Wm,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1116  Wood 

Eadie  James,  marble  cutter  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Eadie  Wm,  marble  polisher  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Eadon  G  A,  res  Beulah  Park 

Eadon  Moses,  buyer  Hawley  Bros,  S  F,  res  916  Fifth 

Eads  C  A  Mrs,  employment  bureau  and  dressmaker,  506  Ninth 

Eagan  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1108  Third 

Eagan  Ella  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1108  Third 

Eagan  J  J.  clerk  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  Webers  Hotel 

Eagan  John,  machinist,  res  1108  Third 

Eagan  Theresa  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1108  Third 

Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  Richard  Abbey  pres,  611-615 

3  Market 
Eagle  Planing  Mills,  Towle  &  Broadwell  proprs,  365  Fourteenth 
Eames  George  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  837  Clay 
Eames  Jean  Miss,  res  266  Thirteenth 
Eames  Louisa  C  Mrs,  res  837  Clay 

Eames  Philo  B,  paper  carrier,  res  NW  cor  Lusk  and  Fortieth 
Eames  Roscoe  L,  teacher  shorthand,  res  554  Thirty-fifth 
Eames  Wm  W,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  837  Clay 
Earhart  George  T,  apprentice  Jacob  Mueller,  res  770  Fifth 
Earhart  J  G,  gardener,  res  770  Fifth 
EARHART  P  L  dairy  produce  and  fruit,  res  1220  San  Pablo  ave 


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Earickson  E  J,  upholsterer,  res  1826  Adeline 

Earl  Adelia  Mrs,  res  1119  West 

Earl  George,  pattern  maker,  S  F,  res  322  B 

EARL  GUY  C>  attorney-at-law  and  assistant  district  attorney, 

NW  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  rms  15  and  16,  res    1119 

West 
Earl  Walter,  grocer,  951  Webster 
Earl  W  Mrs,  tailoress,  res  1019  Broadway 

Earle  John  B,  bank  clerk,  S  F,  res  Summit  ave,  Prospect  Heights 
Earle  Katie  Mrs,  res  1113  Third 
Easter  Emma  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  G  S,  watchmaker,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  John  W,  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1401   Broadway,  res 

1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  John  W  Jr,  artist,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  Laura  E  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  Mary  P  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  Nettie  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  Sherman,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Eastern  Market,  T  J  Crowley  propr,  601  Sixteenth 
Eastham  Henry  F,  sea  captain,  res  513  East  Fifteenth 
Eastham  Maria  Mrs,  res  513  East  Fifteenth 
Eastland  Alfred  T,  clerk  Oakland  Gas  Co,  S  F,  and  sec  Stockton 

Gas  Co,  res  966  Jefferson 
Eastland  Joseph  G,  pres  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res 

Rockridge  Park 
Eastland  Josephine  Miss,  res  1212  Grove 
Eastland  Van  L,  supt  and  engineer  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat 

Co,  res  817  Grove 
Eastland  W  H,  employe  1  R  Burns  &  Co,  S  F,  res  970  Jefferson 
Eastman  Ada  Miss,  teacher,  res  460  Twenty-fourth 
Eastman  Alfred,  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Watson  aves,  East  Oak- 
land 
Eastman  Bowman,  res  1322  Tenth 
Eastman  C  A  Miss,  res  1322  Tenth 

Eastman  Charles  H,  commission  merchant,  res  335  East  Twelfth 
Eastman  E  Miss,  res  460  Twenty-fourth 
Eastman  Frank  G,  supt  Oakland   Paving  Co's  quarry,  res  460 

Twenty-fourth 
Eastman  H  C  Prof,  elocutionist,  res  Fairmont  House 
Eastman  Joel  A,  carpenter,  res  962  Grove 
Eastman  Lucretia  E  Miss,  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Watson  aves, 

East  Oakland 
Eastman  M  H,  supt  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res  64  Valley 
Eastman  Moses  L,  res  354  East  Sixteenth 
Eastman  Walter  F,  res  354  East  Sixteenth 
East  Oakland  Brewery,  Rudolph  Ringgenberg  propr,  cor  Eighth 

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East  Oakland  Congregational  Church,   Rev    C  F   Clapp   pastor' 

Washington  Hall,  307  East  Twelfth,  services   every  Simday 

at  11  A  M  and  7  :  30  P  M 
East  Oakland  Free   Reading  Room,   Miss   Charlotte  E  Bromley 

curator,  564  East  Twelfth 
East  Oakland  Grove  No  49,  A  0  D,  meets  hall  764  East  Twelfth 
East  Oakland  Hotel,  D  M  Bacon  proprietor,   579   and  581   East 

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East  Oakland  Methodist  Episcopal   Church,   Rev   John   W  Ross 

pastor,  Seventh  ave  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
EAST  OAKLAND  NEWS,  James  D  Naiome  proprietor,   SE  cor 

East  Fourteenth  and  Thirteenth  ave 
East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,   Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co  proprs,  cor 

East  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth  ave 
East  Oakland  Presbyterian  Church,  E  S   Chapman  D  D  pastor, 

cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth  ave 
Easton  Berkeley,  apprentice  Tribune  Publishing  Co..  res  Berkeley 
Easton  M  T  Mrs,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Eastwood  Hattie  Miss,  res  563  Eleventh 
Eaton  Anna  J  Mrs,  res  1367  Castro 
Eaton  Chas  H,  lumber  surveyor,  res  1450 J  Seventh 
Eaton  Chas  S,  foreman  P  E  Keith,  res  377  Eleventh 
Eaton  Hattie  F  Mrs,  res  854  Brush 
Eaton  Henry  J,  foreman  marking  room  Contra  Costa  Laundry, 

res  1416  Sixteenth 
Eaton  Joseph  C,  mining  operator,  res  17C9  Nineteenth  ave 
Ebeling  Maria  Mrs,  dairy,  w  s  Park  ave  nr  Alameda 
Ebell  Society,  meets  Hamilton  Hall,  cor  Jefferson  and  Thirteenth 
Eberhard  Carl,  sausage  factory,  467J  Eighth,  res  204  Seventh 
Eberlein  Charles  S  (Townsend  &  Eberlein)  res  837  Twenty-ninth 
Eberlin  Ernst,  baker,  res  1651  Seventh 
Ebling  Christopher,  res  1073  Fourteenth  ave 
Ebpinger  — ,  Enquirer  staff,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Ebra  Lawrence,  blacksmith,  Forty -third  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Eby  John  D,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1213  Myrtle 
Eccles  W  J,  painter,  res  951  Thirty-fifth 
ECHOES   (weekly)  F  R  Porter   editor    and  proprietor,    Girard 

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Ecker  John  W,  carpenter,  res  371  Tenth 
Eckert  May  Miss,  actress,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Eckert  T  W,  actor,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Eckert  T  W  Mrs,  actress,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Eckhardt  Louis  H,  billiards,  471-475  Eighth,  res  472  Eighth 
Eckles  Clement,  carpenter,  res  Tenth  nr  Folsom,  North   Oakland 
Eckles  Norman,  porter  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,   S  F,   res   Tenth  nr 

Folsom,  North  Oakland 
Eckles  Ramond,  brass  finisher,  S  F,  res  Tenth  nr  Folsom,  North 

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Eckson  Annie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Eckstrum  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Edberg  Lena  Miss,  domestic  M  Freeman,  res  22  Maple 

Eddie  Isaac,  poultryman,  Mitchell  nr  Fruit  Vale  Creek 

Eddings  William  C  (Brownell  &  Eddings)  res  363J  Twelfth 

Eddy  Chas,  feeder  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  973  Third 

Eddy  E  G,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works 

Eddy  Henry,  laborer,  res  973  Third 

Eden  Emma  A  Mrs,  milliner,  965  Broadway,  res  517  Thirty-sixth 

Eden  William  J,  city  agt  Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual 

Insurance  Co,  res  517  Thirty-sixth 
Edgar  Arthur,  fireman  S  P  Co 

Edgar  James,  miner,  res  n  s  Forty-first  bet  San  Pablo  and   Ade- 
line 
Edgar  Margaret  J  Mrs,  res  2153  West 
Edgar  Robert,  deputy  county  clerK,  res  Berkeley 
Edgar  Samuel,  employe  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Edgar  W  J,  fireman  S  P  Co 
Edgcomb  Richard  P,  carpenter,  res  811  Pine 

Edholm  Charlton  Madame,  journalist  Oakland  Tribune  and  ed- 
itor Christian  Home,  res  316  Tenth 
Edmonds  Charles  V,  journalist,  1410  Tenth 
Edmonds  Walter  J,  barber,  924  Broadway,  res  806  Clay 
Edoff  James  P,  agt,  res  913  Grove 
Edstrom  Thomas,  trunkmaker,  811  Center 
Eduff  D  P,  commercial  traveler,  S  F,  res  913  Grove 
Edward  Charles,  employe  box  factory,  res  612|  East  Twelfth 
Edward  James  L,  heater  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail    Works,   res   738 

Myrtle 
Edwards  Mrs,  bds  769  Jefferson 

Edwards  Ambrose  F,  jeweler  R  W  Edwards,  res  1113  Linden 
Edwards  B  F,  dentist,  859  Broadway,  res  1006  Fifth 
Edwards  Charles  Mrs,  res  656  Sixth 
Edwards  Charles  S,  clerk,  res  522  East  Fourteenth 
Edwards  David  S,  res  1326  Tenth  ave 
Edwards  Eben,  coachman,  res  1568  Webster 
Edwards  Edith  Mrs,  res  1006  Fifth 

Edwards  Evan  J,,  coachman  AK  P  Harmon,  res  481   Twenty- 
fourth 
EDWARDS  F  J  &  CO  (F  J  Edwards  and  Harry  D  Hardy)  oyster 

and  fish  dealers,  468  Eleventh 
Edwards  Frederick  J  (F  J  Edwards  &  Co)  res  865  Union 
Edwards  George,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1458  Twelfth 
Edwards  George,  steward  steamer  Santa  Rosa,  res  Blake  House 
Edwards  George  C,  professor  State  University,  res  1568   Webster 
Edwards  George  H,  gripman  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  682  Twenty- 
fifth 
Edwards  G  H,  barkeeper  James  Butler,  res  760  Franklin 


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Edwards  George   W,   insurance  broker  and  advertising  agt,  res 

1714  Eighth 
Edwards  G  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1714  Eighth 
Edwards  Georgie  B,  res  1326  Eighteenth  ave 
Edwards  Gus,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 
Edwards  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1870  William 
Edwards  James,  farmer,  res  1226  Twelfth 
Edwards  James  L,  millman,  res  690  Market 
Edwards  J  G,  editor  and  publisher  Coast  Review,  S  F,  res  520 

Tenth 
Edwards  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 
Edwards  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Seventh 
Edwards  John,  iron  worker   Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 

516  Fifth 
Edwards  John,  student,  res  417  East  Fourteenth 
Edwards  L  Mrs,  res  522  East  Fourteenth 
Edwards  Lucy  B  Miss,  res  1326  Tenth  ave 
Edwards  Moroni,  capitalist,  res  927  Myrtle 
Edwards  Nellie  Miss,  res  1430  Twenty-third  ave 
Edwards  Perry  Mrs,  res  769  Jefferson 
Edwards    R    W,  jeweler  and  watchmaker,   963    Broadway,  res 

1054  Twelfth 
Edwards  T  Miss,  res  1430  Twenty -third  ave 
Edwards    William,  carpenter,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave    and  East 

Fourteenth 
Edwards  William  S,  caterer,  S  F,  res  682  Twenty-fifth 
Eel  Catherine  Mrs,  res  cor  Nineteenth  ave  and  East  Twelfth 
Eells  Chas  P,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Forty-fifth, 

North  Oakland 
Egan  Patrick,  driver  Wm  Walsh,  res  1320  Peralta 
EGERT  L  H>  butcher,  966  Broadway,  res  Alameda 
Eggart  Thomas,  dairyman  Vernon  Park  Dairy 
Egger  J  O,  dairy  produce,  871  Wood 
Eggers  Frederick,  varnisher,  res  1221  Adeline 
Eggers  George,  varnisher,  res  1221  Adeline 
Eggers  Oscar,  res  301  Second 

Eggleston  Fred  E,  carpenter  M  S  Jordan,  res  1122  East  Seven- 
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Egleston  Edgar  A,  sticker  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  819  Wash- 


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Egleston  George  A,  conductor  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  s  s  Fortieth 

bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 
Egleston  &  Klauenbeig  (William  H  Egleston  and  Herman  Klauen- 

berg)  barbers,  616  East  Twelfth 
Egleston  Lydia  Mrs,  res  s  s  Fortieth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 
Egleston  William  H  fEgleston  &  Klauenberg) 
Egters  Oscar,  deck  hand  steamer  Alameda,  res  301  Second 
Ehenery  Mrs,  res  814  Clay 


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Eian   Christopher,   carpenter    Oakland    Planing    Mills,    res    664 

Twenty-sixth 
Eibach  Charles,  fresco  painter,  res  976  Chester 
Eiben  Fred  G  (Eiben  &  Nor)  res  943  Peralta 
EIBEN  &  NOR  (Fred  G  Eiben  and  Andrew  J  Nor)  grocers  and 

liquor  dealers,  1572  Seventh,  branch  store  860  Peralta 
Eichenberger  Emil,  photograph  retoucher,  S  F,  res  273  Sixth,  rear 
EICHENBERGER   L  photographic  art  gallery,  510  Seventh,  res 

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Eichler  Albert  R,  res  1208  Adeline 

Eichler  Frank,  music  teacher,  s  s  Orchard  ave  nr  Broadway 
Eien  C  C,   carpenter   Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  664  Twenty- 
sixth 
Eiferle  Christ,  saloon,  Old  County  Road  nr  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Eighmy  Mary  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Campbell 
Eighmy  Rosetta  M  Miss,  dancing  teacher,  res  cor  Seventh  and 

Campbell 
Eisan  A  F,  millwright  Wagner  &  O'Brien,  S  F,  res  843  Franklin 
Eisenmenger  Adele,  domestic,  1259  Alice 
Eitel  Charles  H,  lumberman,  res  820  Henry 
Eitel  John  A,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1679  Atlantic 
Ekensteen  August,  packer  Murphy,  Grant  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1155 

Campbell 
Ekstrom  Ach  W,  laborer,  res  557  Thirty-sixth 
Eland  Robert,  asphaltum  roofer,  res  1420  Tenth 
El  Capitan  Division   No  115,  Order  of  Railway  Conductors,  453 

Eighth 
Elder  Alexander,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1217  Harrison 
Elder  Etta  Miss,  teacher,  res  1217  Harrison 
Elder  Robert  C,  clerk  F  M  ITusted,  S  F,  res  1217  Harrison 
Elder  S  C  Mrs,  res  1217  Harrison 
Elder  William  G,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1217  Harrison 
Eldridge  David,  fisherman,  res  Ettie  nr  Park  ave 
Eldridge  E  S  Mrs,  res  304  Fourteenth 
Eldridge  George,  fisherman,  res  Ettie  nr  Park  ave 
Eldridge  Joseph  B,  painter,  res  493  Twenty-fifth 
Eldridge  S  A,  insurance  broker,  S  F,  res  304  Fourteenth 
Eldridge  Washington,  fisherman,  res  Ettie  nr  Park  ave 
Eley  Samuel  B,  engineer,  res  812  Chester 
Elfen  Otto,  quarryman   Alameda    Macadamizing  Co,    res    Lake 

Shore  ave 
Elford  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1911  San  Pablo  ave 
Elford   William,   carpenter,    res    NE    cor    Tenth    ave   and    East 

Twenty-third 
Elford  W  R,  car  builder  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  1911   San 

Pablo  ave 
Eliaser  Samuel,  salesman  E  Barnett,  res  412  Fifth 
Eliason  Augustus  A,  res  752  Sixteenth 


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Eliason    Horace  D,   stationery  and    books,  465    Fourteenth,  res    m  J 

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Eliesen  Martin  E,  cabinet  maker,  res  1607  Market  ^ 

Eliot  C  E  (H  Bankhead  &  Co)  res  462  Ninth 
Elison  Sophie  Miss,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Elkan  Abram,  mfr  boots  and  shoes,  374  Twelfth 
Ellard  Herbert  W,  clerk,  res  972  Cypress 
Ellard  W  H,  chief  engineer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 

972  Cypress 
Ellinson  Mrs,  res  1512  Ninth 
Ellinson  John,  res  1512  Ninth 

Elliot  John,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  2038  Union 
Elliot  Mary  Mrs,  res  760  Seventeenth 
Elliott  — ,  farmer,  res  cor  East  Thirty-fifth  and  Cameron 
Elliott  Annie  A,  res  946  Thirty-fourth 

Elliott  Austin  A,  mechanic  C  B  Rice,  res  1073  Thirteenth  ave 
Elliott  C  E,  furniture,  911  Washington,  res  462  Ninth 
Elliott  C  N  Mrs,  res  357  Eleventh 
Elliott  Fontaine,  res  1407  Franklin 
ELLIOTT   FRANK   L>  electric  supplies,   922  Broadway,  res  357 

Eleventh 
Elliott  George,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1684  Taylor 
Elliott  George,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  2036  Union 
Elliott  H,  hack  driver,  res  836  Broadway 
Elliott  Harvey,  res  860  Broadway 

Elliott  Helen  Mrs,  canvasser  J  Dewing  Co,  res  1407  Franklin 
Elliott  Ida  Miss,  res  1534  Broadway 
Elliott  Idelle  Miss,  res  1407  Franklin 
Elliott  James,  teamster  Taylor  &  Co,  res  827  Brush 
Elliott  Jennie  Miss,  res  657  Grove    • 

Elliott  Louisa  Miss,  dressmaker  M  Milliken,  res  1355  Telegraph  ave 
Elliott  Maggie  Miss,  res  946  Thirty -fourth 
Elliott  Mary  Miss,  res  n  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Elliott  Matthew,  res  n  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Elliott  Rebecca  Miss,  res  n  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Elliott  Robert,  driver  Eagle  Box  Factory,  res  657  Grove 
Elliott  S  T  Mrs,  res  1534  Broadway 
Elliott  W  H,  bridge  contractor,  res  769  Twenty-first 
Elliott  William,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 
ELLIOTT  W  P,  with  Frank  L  Elliott,  res  357  Eleventh 
Ellis  A  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  524  Sixteenth 

Ellis  Carrie  M  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School,  res  1351  Fourth  ave 
ELLIS  C   H>  armorer  Companies  A  and  F  Fifth  Infantry,  res 

1205  West 
Ellis  Charles,  laborer,  res  766  East  Thirty-fifth 
Ellis  Cvrus  E,  res  967  Pine 

Ellis  Felix  D,  with  Balfour,  Guthrie  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1277  Ninth  ave 
Ellis  George,  barber,  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-ninth 

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Ellis  Griffith,  fireman  steamer  Piedmont,  res  941  Pine 

Eliis  Harry,  compressed  yeast  mfr,  res  471  Twenty-second 

Ellis  Harry,  grain  dealer,  S  F,  res  914  Sixteenth 

Ellis  Hattie  Mis,  res  461|  Fourth 

Ellis  J  H,  paint  mixer  Petroline  Paint  Co,  res  1326  Eleventh  ave 

Ellis  John,  commercial  agt,  res  1069  Ninth  ave 

Ellis  John  F,  printer  H  S  Crocker  &  Co,  res  1069  Ninth  ave 

Ellis  Laura  Mrs,  waitress,  res  1609  Myrtle 

Ellis  Phelix  D,  insurance  agt,  res  1277  Ninth  ave 

Ellis  Richard,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  803  Willow 

Ellis  W  Brobury,  res  1277  Ninth  ave 

Ellis  W  G,  mfg  jeweler,  954  Broadway,  res  1010  West 

Ellison  Bert,  res  Pleasant  Valley,  Piedmont 

Ellsworth  J  T,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  804  Brush 

Ellsworth  L  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1108 J  Broadway 

Ell  wood  Mary  Mrs,  res  1470  Thirteenth  ave 

Elmer  Harry,  res  821  Market 

Elming  Frank,  gardener,  res  north  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Elmore  George,  machinist,  S  F,  res  691  Thirty-fourth 

Elmore  Louisa  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  691  Thirty-fourth 

Elms  J  J,  upholsterer,  res  1718  Linden 

Elsey  Charles,  farmer,  res  653  Eleventh 

Elveidge  — ,  bds  562  Eighth 

Elvidge  Annie  Miss,  res  912  Poplar 

Elvidge  Charles,  draughtsman  Stearn  &  Co,  S  F,  res  912  Poplar 

Elvidge  Fred,  machinist,  S  F,  res  912  Poplar 

Elvidge  G  Ford,  bookkeeper,  res  912  Poplar 

Elvin  Daniel.,  gardener,  res  752  Sixteenth 

Elvin  Daniel,  coachman,  1265  Grove 

Elwood  Matthew,  roundhouse  man  S  P  Co,  res  520  Fifth 

Ely  Ann  Mrs,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Ely  George  J,  dairyman,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Ely  George  S  B,  engineer,  res  812  Chester 

Ely  Susan  Miss,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Elzy  Even  J,  mining  supt,  res  260  Fifth 

Eme  Claude,  res  1355  Eighth 

Eme  Ernest,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1355  Eighth 

Emerson  Julia  Miss,  domestic,  70  East  Twelfth 

Emerson  Lendon  C,  clerk,  res  932  Union 

Emerson  Ralph  Mrs,  res  Blake  House 

Emerson  William  Henry,  bottler  Taylor  &  Lohse,  res  1052  East 

Eleventh 
EMERY  A  H>  manager  Pacific  Coast  Electrical  Construction  Co, 

352  Second,  res  S  F 
Emery  C  C,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1021   Kirkham 
Emery  District  Public  School,  Miss  H  C  Larkin  principal,  Miss 

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Emery  George  F,  commercial  traveler,  res  1021  Kirkham 


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Emery  J  A,  vice-pres  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res  cor  Park 

and  San  Pablo  ave 
Emery  John  A  Rev,  rector  St  Andrew's  Episcopal  Church,  res  964 

Cypress 
Emery  Moses,  capitalist,  res  Brunswick 
EMERY  T  C>  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1694  Seventh,  res  680 

Thirty-fourth 
Emeiy  W  R,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills 
Emeryville  Post-office,  G  P  Clapp  postmaster,  Park  ave  nr  Emery 

Station  S  P  R  R 
Emil  Gabriel,  res  Union  Hotel 

Emiay  Fred  E  (O  Emlay  &  Sons)  res  690  Twenty-fifth 
Emlay  L  A  (O  Emlay  &  Sons)  res  690  Twenty-fifth 
Emlay  O  (O  Emlay  h  Sons)  res  690  Twenty-fifth 
Emlay  O  &  Sons  (O,  F  E  and  L  A)  saddlery  and  harness,  1160 

Broadway 
Emlay  T  E,  harness  maker,  res  1160  Broadway 
Emmatt  John  S,  bookkeeper  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1317  Tenth 
Enas  George  H,  master  mariner,  res  1306  Twelfth  ave 
Encinal  Flour  Mill,  Gould  &  Williamson  proprs,  751  and  753 

Washington 
Endrich  George,  painter,  705  East  Twelfth,  res  703  East  Twelfth 
Engelbretson  Finkel,  expressman,  res  1634  Myrtle 
Engelund  Joe,  car  driver  .Fourteenth  Street  Railroad  Co,  res  1320 

Kirkham 

Englander  Mattie  V  Mrs,  res  656  Myrtle  / 

Engle  Sadie  Miss,  copyist  Hall  of  Records,  res  361  Fifth 
Englebright  Henry,  blacksmith,  res  1671  Seward  _     I 

Engler  Charles,  carpenter,  res  205  Third  Jj,   C 

Engler  Edward,  employe  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  854  Harrison 
Engling  Gustav,  tinsmith,  res  1267  Seventh  ave 

English  Francis  M,  tutor,  res  460  East  Seventeenth  (0 

English  Harry,  moulder,  S  F,  res  1112  Thirtieth  J 

English  James,  clerk,  res  1672  Pacific  U 

English  J  M,  capitalist,  res  1001  Jackson  fi)    ' 

English  John  T,  carpenter,  res  1622  Myrtle  2.   I 

English  M  Mrs,  res  1112  Thirtieth  3 

English  Warren  B,  grain  dealer,  S  F,  res  1268  Harrison  f) 

English  William   D,  pres  harbor  commissioner's  office,   S  F,  res  Z 

128  Tenth  O    2 

Engs  John  S,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1607  Telegraph  ave  ©    ( 

Engwick  Knud,  carpenter,  res  1079  East  Fifteenth  ~     r 

Ennis  Frank,  laborer,  res  730  Chester 
Ennis  Harriet  Mrs,  res  373  Second 
Ennis  Hattie  F  Miss,  res  318J  Third 

Ennis  John,  mechanic,  res  1518  Third  4 

Ennis  Joseph,  laborer,  res  702  Twenty-sixth 
Ennis  Katie  Mrs,  res  713  Franklin 


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Ennis  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1518  Third 

Ennis   William,   stoker  Engine  No  3,  fire  department,  res  1671 

Eighth 
Ennis  William,  driver  Fire  Engine  No  3,  res  1713  Eighth 
Enos  Antone  Rodregus,  tanner  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  923  East 

Fourteenth 
Enos  Antonio,  laborer,  res  1019  East  Twenty-second 
Enos  Frank,  laborer,  res  666  East  Sixteenth 
Enos  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  909  East  Fourteenth 
Enos  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  730  Chestnut 
Enos  Henry  C,  bookkeeper  George  Black,  res  802  Wood 
Enos  Joseph,  varnisher,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Telegraph  ave 

and  Grove 
Enos  Joseph,  bootmaker,  res  NW  cor  Henry  and  Fifth 
Enos  Joseph,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  cor  Twenty- 
sixth  and  San  Pablo  ave 
Enos  Joseph,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  812  Third 
Enos  Manuel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Fifteenth  ave,  East  Oakland 
Enos  Manuel  J,  barber,  1466  Seventh,  res  812  Henry 
Enos  Morris,  driver  Vernon  Park  Dairy,  res  NW  cor  New  Broad- 
way and  College  ave 
Enos  Nancy  Mrs,  res  802  Wood 
Enos  Thomas  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  802  Wood 
Enright  John  J,  waiter  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  728  Twelfth 
Ensemble  Club,  Hamilton  Hall,  cor  Jefferson  and  Thirteenth 
Ensign  Charles  F,  engineer,  res  cor  Birch  and  Telegraph  ave 

ENTERPRISE  JOB  PRINTING  OFFICE,  William  B  Moody  pro- 
prietor, 476  Tenth 
Enterprise  Lodge  No  298,  I  O  O  F,  meets  in  hall  cor  San  Pablo 

ave  and  Twenty-eighth 
Enterprise  Market,  Miller  &  Ernst  proprs,  855  West 
Entzmann  Arnold,  draughtsman,  res  1171  Seventh 
Enz  Antone,  employe  Talcott's  Dairy,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Enz  Louis,  employe  Talcott's  Dairy,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Episcopal  Mission  Sunday-school,  service  at  2:30  and   4  pm,  650 

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Eplin  Anson,  baker  John  WulfF,  res  1651  Seventh 
Eppstein  M,  laborer  Bercovich  Bros,  res  NE  cor  Fourth  and  Web- 
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Erickson  Andrew,  gardener  A  J  Gillis,  res  1923  Union 
Erickson  Eva  C,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1326  Twelfth 
Erickson  E,  tailor  N  Larson,  res  374J  Twelfth 
Erickson  Herman,  furnaceman  Judson  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 

222  B 
Erickson  Hilma,  domestic,  520  Sixteenth 
Ericson  Helma,  domestic  J  L  Howard,  Vernon  Heights 
Erie  House,  E  WT  Talman  propr,  1113  Broadway 
Errickson  Fred,  steam  boating,  res  1012  Twenty-fourth 


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Erricson  Andrew,  gardener   E  Gill,  res  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Ernst  E  Miss,  res  566  Twenty-fourth 

Ernst  Paul  (Miller  &  Ernst)  res  643  Linden 

Erskine  Wilbur  F,  first  officer  steamer  St  Paul,  res  1362  Eleventh 
ave 

Erwin  Steward,  coachman  Chauncey  Taylor,  res  820  Twenty- 
second 

Escalet  Lizzie,  domestic,  1331  Chestnut 

Esmond  M  E  Mrs,  res  806  Franklin 

Esparro  J  F,  tanner  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  952  East  Twentieth 

Esperanza  John,  laundryman,  res  1515  San  Pablo  ave 

Estasio  Antone,  agt  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
1103  Sixteenth  ave 

Estey  John  C  (Nash  &  Estey)  res  535  Seventeenth 

Estey  Minnie  V  Miss,  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry  office,  res  535 
Seventeenth 

Estman  Moses  H,  res  464  Valley 

Etzold  Minnie  M  Miss,  nurse  girl,  1217  Filbert 

Eucinas  Leonardo,  laborer  E  M  Derby  &  Co,  res  Alameda 

Eulalia  Sister,  Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  Lourdes 

Euphrasia  Sister,  Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  Lourdes 

EUREKA  HOTEL,  HH  Meyer  proprietor,  501  Seventh  cor  Wash- 
ington 

Eureka  Paper  Co,  H  N  Gard  &  Co,  1153  Washington 

Eustace  Annie  Mrs,  res  1810  William 

Eustace  Ed,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1810  William 

Eustace  Frank  L,  feeder  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  1810 
William 

Eustace  John,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  an  1  Nail  Works,  res  809  Castro 

Eustice  Richard,  blacksmith,  res  804  Castro 

Evans  — ,  painter,  res  1159  Seventh 

Evans  — ,  foundry,  S  F,  res  1723  Seventh 

Evans  B  Mrs,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills 

Evans  C,  receiving  clerk  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  e  s  Claremont 
ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Evans  C  A,  machinist,  res  212  Fourth  . 

Evans  Charles,  master  mariner,  res  420  Fifth 

Evans  Charles,  milkman,  res  Prescott  bet  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  High 

Evans  Charles  J,  employe  Electric  Light  Co,  res  2207  Adeline 

Evans  Charles  O,  butcher  Glaze  Bros,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 

EVANS  CHARLES  0,  maufacturer  and  dealer  in  harness  and 
saddlery,  1318  Telegraph  ave,  res  1369  Broadway 

Evans  David  S,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1424  Thirteenth  ave 

Evans  E  B,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  1668  Chase 

Evans  Eliza  Miss,  res  1720  San  Pablo  ave 

Evans  George,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res 
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Evans  Harry,  clerk,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 


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Evans  Herbert,  milkman,  res  Prescott  bet  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  High 

Evans  Homer  L,  S  F,  res  2207  Adeline 

Evans  J  F,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  2207  Adeline 

Evans  J  O,  res  212  Fourth 

Evans  John,  mason,  S  F,  res  Girard  House 

Evans  John  P,  iron  worker   Judson    Manufacturing   Co,  res  cor 

Watts  and  Peralta 
Evans  John  W,   gen  agt  Domestic  sewing   machine  Co,   S  F,  res 

NE  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Sixth  ave 
Evans  J  V  Miss,  res  2207  Adeline 
Evans  Lavinia   Miss,    knitter    California   Hosiery    Co,    res   1064 

Eleventh  ave 
Evans  Mary  J,  domestic,  1211  Alice 
Evans  Matilda  Mrs,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 
Evans  R,  laborer  E  H  Lenox,  res  Union  Hotel 
Evans  Reynolds,  laborer,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 
Evans  Robert  P,  clerk  Jones'  Bazar,  955  Broadway 
Evans  Solon,  cabinet  maker,  res  458  East  Seventeenth 
Evans  Taliesin,  managing  editor  Evening  Bulletin,  S  F,  res  212 

Fourth 
Evans   William,  milkman,  res  Prescott  bet  Fruit  Vale  ave  and 

High 
Evans  William  H,  printer,  res  1423  San  Pablo  ave 
Evans  William  R,  Domestic  sewing  machine,  S  F,  res  914  Brush 
Evening  Star  Lodge,  I  O  O  F,  meets  every  Wednesday  evening  at 

Schimmel pfennig's   Hall,  East   Twelfth    bet   Fifteenth    and 

Sixteenth  aves 
EVENING  TRIBUNE,  William    E   Dargie   manager,    Eighth  bet 

Broadway  and  Franklin 
Evens  Charles,  master  mariner,  res  420  Fifth 
Evens  John,  mason,  res  Girard  House 
Evens  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  1012  Fifth 
Evens  M  E,  laborer,  res  1625  San  Pablo  ave 
Everett  Edward,  Wholesale  Rubber  Co,  S  F,  and  member  Board 

of  Education,  res  719  Eighth 
Everett  George  L,   commercial  editor  Alta  California,   S  F,  res 

1116  Adeline 
Everett  S  L,  journalist,  S  F,  res  1116  Adeline 
Everlee  Louis,  helper  R  W  Merrick,  res  481  Seventh 
Evers  George  J,  printer,  res  769  Lydia 
EVERS  HENRY*    undertaker   and    embalmer,    865  Washington, 

res  1418  San  Pablo  ave 
Evers  Henry  Jr,  bookkeeper  F  Delger,  res  1418  San  Pablo  ave 
Evers  John  H,  undertaker,  res  1418  San  Pablo  ave 
•Evers  Joseph,  expressman,  res  1225  Elm 
Everson  Mark  (W  &  M  Everson)  res  1102  Peralta 
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EVERSON  W  &  M  (Wallace  &  Mark  Everson)  builders'  hard- 
ware, tools  and  agricultural  implements,  SW  cor  Broadway 
and  Ninth 

Everts  Charles  P,  law  student,  res  1115  Jackson 

Everts  Philetus,  res  1115  Jackson 

Evoy  Charlotte  Miss,  res  NW  cor  Thirty- seventh  and  Market 

Evoy  John  J,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  Thirty-seventh  and  Market 

Evoy  M  J  Mrs,  res  NW  cor  Thirty-seventh  and  Market 

Evoy  Ranche,  SW  cor  Fortieth  and  Market 

Ewing  Claude  V,  clerk  Dewing  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1219  Jefferson 

Ewing  James  C   clerk,  res  1219  Jefferson 

Ewing  Joshua  C,  collector,  res  1219  Jefferson 

Ewing  S  E,  collector  F  Kings,  res  Tenth  nr  Webster 

Ewing  Thomas,  res  Vernon  Heights 

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EXPOSITOR  (Tne)  published  monthly  by  H  P  Brown,  editor  and 
proprietor,  859  Broadway,  rm  12 

Eyrich  George,  engineer,  res  1470  Fifth 

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Fabens  Hurbert  S,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1868  William 

Fabiola  Homeopathic  Hospital  Association,  Mrs  A  T  Leighton 
matron,  1057  Alice 

Fabish  Miaka  Miss,  domestic,  res  977  Seventh  ave 

Fabrique  B  C,  musician,  res  511  Tenth 

Faessler  William,  jeweler,  468 J  Seventh,  res  623  Broadway 

Fagan  A  Mrs,  res  1629  Lincoln 

Fagan  Lucy  A  Miss,  res  1629  Lincoln 

Fagan  Lynda  Mrs,  res  609  Ninth 

Fahey  Edwin,  hostler  J  C  Ainsworth,  Vernon  ave  nr  Pagoda  Hill 

Fahey  Maggie,  domestic,  310  Fifth 

Fahey  Michael,  sexton  Catholic  Church,  res  590  Twenty-first 

Fahey  Michael,  coachman  J  C  Ainsworth,  Vernon  ave  nr  Pagoda 
Hill 

Fahrenholtz  Henry,  cigar  maker,  S  F,  res  1723  Thirteenth 

Fahrenholtz  John  R,  master  mariner,  res  1723  Thirteenth 

Fair  Ollie  Miss,  res  1669  Seward 

Fairbank  Charles  E,  passenger  and  traffic  agt  C  M  &  St  P  R  R, 
res  534  Fifteenth 

Fairbank  Jonathan,  painter,  res  770  Twenty-second 

Fairbanks  Forrest  E,  horse  trainer,  res  SE  cor  Forty-first  and 
Adeline 

Fairbanks  J  J,  horse  trainer,  res  Adeline  bet  Fortieth  and  Forty- 
first 

Fairbanks  Levina  Mrs,  res  1156  Broadway 

Fairbanks  Joseph  A,  res  950  Wood 

Fairbanks  Lincoln  O,  res  241  Ettie 

Fairchild  Charles  A,  miner,  r^s  846  Seventeenth 


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Fairchiid  Howard,  cigar  maker  Robert  Kuerzel,  res  857  Harrison 

Fairchild  James  A,  miner,  res  846  Seventeenth 

Fairchiid  Judd  H,  salesman  E  Hook,  res  565  Seventeenth 

Fairchild  Maria  R  Mrs,  res  778  Ninth 

Fairchiid  Stephen  F,  miner,  res  846  Seventeenth 

Fairchild  Warren  G,  groceries,  1350  Market,  res  846  Seventeenth 

Fairmont  House,  John  Barrows  propr,  cor  Eighteenth  and  San 
Pablo  ave 

Fake  Edward  A,  carpenter,  res  1131  East  Eighteenth 

Fake  George,  watchmaker  R  W  Edwards,  res  1131  East  Eight- 
eenth 

Fake  William,  moulder,  S  F,  res  1131  East  Eighteenth 

Falconer  James,  carpenter,  res  1210  Thirtieth 

Falk  Pauline  Mrs,  res  511  Sixth 

Falkman  Fred  R,  sea  captain,  res  1016  Pine 

Fallan  Daniel  G,  butcher,  res  142  Louise 

Fallon  James,  laborer,  res  1163  Third 

Fallon  John,  laborer,  res  764  Twenty-second 

Fallon  John  Jr,  brick  layer,  res  764  Twenty-second 

Fallon  Julia  Miss,  compositor,  S  F,  res  764  Twenty-second 

Fallon  Malachi,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 

Fallon  Peter,  crimper  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Factory,  res 
West  Berkeley 

Fallon  William,  clerk  assessor's  office,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Falls  Elizabeth,  clerk,  res  1269  San  Pablo  ave 

Falls  John  H,  oil,  stoves  and  lamps,  1269  San  Pablo  ave 

Falls  Stephen  D,  insurance,  S  F,  res  cor  Montgomery  and  John 
off  Piedmont  ave 

Fanawee  August,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Fannof  Lawrence,  gen  mdse,  S  F,  res  1110  Myrtle 

Fannon  John,  section  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1026  Peralta 

Fannon  Katie  F,  seamstress,  res  1695  Eighth 

Fannon  Luke,  miner,  res  1026  Peralta 

Fannon  Patrick,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1026  Peralta 

Fannon  Patrick  D,  bookkeeper,  res  1695  Eighth 

Fannon  Peter,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1890  Eighth 

Fannon  Peter  J,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1695  Eighth 

Fant  Edwin  N,  clerk  Mead  &  Co,  res  812  Myrtle 

Fant  Richard  H,  sawyer  Jason  Springer  &  Co,  res  812  Myrtle 

Faocooci  Louis,  carpenter,  res  655  Myrtle 

Fara  Joseph,  res  770  Willow 

Farell  M  A  Mrs,  res  556  Sixth 

Faretti  Paul,  res  628  Filbert 

Farher  Delia  Mrs,  res  2027  West 

Farish  Edward,  student,  res  1571  Broadway 

Farish  James  R,  editor  Herald  of  Trade,  S  F,  res  1571  Broadway 

Farley  C  M,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res:  1723  Seward 

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Farley  Frank,  teamster,  res  814  East  Fifteenth 

Farley  Frank  E,  233  Hannah 

Farley  James,  plasterer,  res  1763  Grove 

Farley  James,  driver  McMillan  &  Co,  res  837  Market 

Farley  James  F,  extraman  Engine  Co  No  4,  Oakland  Fire  De- 
partment, res  621  East  Fourteenth 

Farley  Katie,  domestic  E  8  Roberson,  N  W  cor  Ninth  and  Madison 

Farley  Maggie  Mrs,  dishwasher  Pullman  Hotel 

Farley  Mary,  domestic,  1217  Castro 

Farley  M  B,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1723  Seward 

Farley  N  P  Mrs,  res  1723  Seward 

Farley  Patrick,  teamster,  res  814  East  Fifteenth 

Farley  Robert,  marble  yard,  523  Seventh,  res  1763  Grove 

Farley  Thomas,  teamster,  res  1378  Fifth 

Farmer  Edwin,  bartender,  res  Clayton  House 

Farmer  George  J,  boat  builder,  foot  of  Alice,  res  815  Webster 

Farmer  Harry,  employe  C  P  R  R,  res  1162  Seventh 

Farmer  Martha  Miss,  res  1312  Telegraph  ave 

Farmer  R  H,  bartender  Neher  &  Hickman,  res  1228  Broadway 

Farmer  Robert,  fruits  and  vegetables,  611  East  Twelfth 

Farmer  Robert,  saloon  keeper,  res  Clayton  House 

Farmer  Thomas,  capitalist,  res  1312  Telegraph  ave 

Farmer  T  P,  band  sawyer  Towle  &  Broadwell,  res  623  Howard, 
S  F 

Farnam  A  L  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  8J33  Clay 

Farnam  Charles  W,  bookkeeper,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave  and 
East  Fourteenth 

Farnam  C  W  Mrs,  teacher  painting  and  drawing  Field  Seminary 

Farnam  Susan  M  Mrs,  artist,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  East 
Fourteenth 

Farnham  E  C  Mrs,  res  724  Fourteenth 

Farnham  Frederick  J,  carpenter,  res  674  East  Thirty-third 

Farno  C  Mrs,  res  574  Thirty-fourth 

Farno  Frank,  helper  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  574  Thirty-fourth 

Farno  James,  res  574  Thirty-fourth 

Farno  William,  res  574  Thirty-fourth 

Farnsworth  Calvin  W,  res  1367  Twelfth  ave 

Farns worth  Silas  E,  clerk  James  Maclise,  res  1367  Twelfth  ave 

Farnsworth  William  E,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1367  Twelfth 
ave 

Farquhar  Edwin,  druggist,  res  522  Eighth 

Farquhar  Mary  A  Mrs.  res  1262  Eighth 

Farquhar  M  M  Miss,  res  522  Eighth 

Farquhar  Nora  Miss,  res  1262  Eighth 

Farquharson  David,  pres  California  Savings  and  Loan  Society, 
S  F,  res  1167  Jackson 

Farr  Charles,  laborer,  res  704  Brush 

Farr  Charles,  laborer,  res  953  Third 


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Farr  David,  engineer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  662 
Adeline 

Farr  Frederick  H,  clerk  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  cor  Watts 
and  Park  ave 

Farr  Helina  Mrs,  res  1430  Third 

FARR  LINCOLN  T>  assistant  postmaster,  res  2269  Telegraph  ave 

Farr  Mary  Mrs,  res  704  Brush 

Farr  William  J,  laborer,  res  953  Third 

Farragut  Insurance  Co  of  New  York,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broadway 

Farran  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  778  Tenth 

FARRAR  M  P  MRS'  proprietor  Central  Block,  1068  Broadway 

Farrell  A  E  Mrs,  res  837  Brush 

Farrell  Brian,  gardener,  res  1269  Filbert 

Farrell  James,  steamship  stevedore,  res  1666  Sixteenth 

Farrell  James,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1004  Wood 

Farrell  Jane  Mrs,  saleslady  John  S  Pressey,  res  1781  Goss 

Farrell  Johanna  Mrs,  res  665  Twenty-Sixth 

Farrell  John,  grocer,  828  Alice 

Farrell  John,  shoemaker,  421  Seventh,  res  671  Twenty-seventh 

Farrell  John  Jr,  shoemaker,  421  Seventh,  res  671  Twenty-seventh 

Farrell  J  P,  agt  California  Door  Co,  460-464  Second,  res  Alameda 

Farrell  &  Kelly  (Michael  Farrell  and  Nicholas  Kelly)  butchers, 
1'551  Seventh 

Farrell  L  F  Mrs,  stenographer,  res  1386  Webster 

Farrell  M  A  Mrs,  res  558  Fourth 

Farrell  Margaret  Mrs,  groceries,  res  671  Twenty-seventh 

Farrell  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  752  Ninth 

Farrell  Mary  J  Mrs,  lodgings,  res  513  Ninth 

Farrell  Michael,  coachman  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 

Farrell  Michael,  iron  moulder,  res  975  Willow 

Farrell  Michael  (Farrell  &  Kelly)  res  730  Peralta 

Farrell  T  F,  cabinet  maker,  res  558  Fourth 

Farrell  Thomas  Capt,  captain  Robert  and  Minnie,  res  728  Peralta 

Farrier  Annie  Miss,  res  1253  Sixth  ave 

Farrier  Emma  L  Miss,  res  1253  Sixth  ave 

Farrier  Hiram  L,  clerk,  res  1253  Sixth  ave 

Farrington  E  D,  clerk  U  S  custom  house,  S  F,  res  535  Eighteenth 

Farrington  Elvin  D  Jr,  clerk  Bowman  &  Son,  res  535  Eighteenth 

Farrington  Frank  S,  res  535  Eighteenth 

Farrington  George  W,  grainer,  res  1352  Grove 

Farris  Lulu  Miss,  res  559  Seventh 

Farris  N  J  Mrs,  res  559  Seventh 

Farron  Fanny  Miss,  domestic,  555  Sixth 

Farwell  F  M,  house  and  sign  painter,  res  w  s  Adeline  nr  San 
Pablo  ave 

Farwell  George  W,  clerk,  res  w  s  Adeline  nr  San  Pablo  ave 

Farwell  M  O,  painter  F  M  Farwell,  res  cor  Forty-first  and  Ade- 
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Faschion  Herman,  cook,  res  973  Seventh 

Faschion  Henry,  cook,  res  973  Seventh 

Fashion  Livery  Stable,  McCleverty  &  Noblett  proprs,  860  Broad- 
way 

Fasshauer  Jacob  C,  with  Glines  &  Dudley,  res  Berkeley 

Fatch  Annie,  domestic,  1369  Thirteenth  ave 

Fatzell  Peter  M,  laborer,  res  757  Jefferson 

Faugh  tan  John  W,  expressman,  res  2045  Filbert 

Faulkner  George  L,  clerk  Palmer  &  Rey,  S  F,  res  220  Seventh 

Faulkner  Thomas  F,  janitor  Delger  Block,  res  377  Twelfth 

Faure  Leon,  propr  Hermitage  House,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Faurholt  Christen  S,  hopperman  Oregon  Improvement  Co,  res 
966  Third 

Fausket  Edward,  inventor,  res  2139  Chestnut 

Favens  Herbert,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1868  William 

Favor  F  K  Mrs,  res  410  Thirteenth 

Favor  James  H,  carpenter,  res  1536  Broadway 

Favre  Eugenie  Miss,  employe  French  Laundry,  res  1248  San 
Pablo  ave 

Favre  Mary  Mrs,  employe  French  Laundry,  res  1248  San  Pablo 
ave 

Fawcett  Harry  E,  wall  paper,  1012  Broadway,  res  700  Sycamore 

Fay  Alfred  C,  res  High  opp  Prescott 

Fa}r  Andrew,  butcher,  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Webster,  res  S  F 

Fay  Andy,  butcher,  res  579  Third 

Fay  Charles  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1571  Fifth 

Fay  Georgie  I  Miss,  res  High  opp  Prescott 

Fay  William,  cabinet  maker,  wood  finisher  and  furniture  repairer, 
576  Seventh 

Fearey  George  H,  brakeman,  res  1952  Grove 

Fearey  Joseph,  news  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1952  Grove 

Fearey  Mary  Mrs,  res  1952  Grove 

Fearey  Robert  E,  plumber,  res  e  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 

Fearn  John,  phvsician  and  druggist,  975  Washington,  res  1165 
Clay 

Feary  Joseph  H,  general  news  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1320  Telegraph  ave 

Feassler  William,  jeweler,  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and  Washing- 
ton, res  SE  cor  Second  and  Broadway 

Feckenseher  Herman,  res  1415  Twelfth  ave 

Federspiel  Andrew  (Conners  &  Federspiel)  res  1216  Clay 

Federspiel  Sophus,  clerk  Conners  &  Federspiel,  res  1216  Clay 

Fee  Thomas,  clerk  Neil  Gallagher,  res  1722  Telegraph  ave 

Feehan  Tobias,  laborer,  res  1468  Third 

Feeley  Cormick,  laborer,  res  660  Harrison 

Feeman  William,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 

Feeney  Bridget,  res  1122  Fifteenth  ave 

Feeney  John,  laborer,  res  958  Thirty -fifth 

Feeney  John  E,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  604  Filbert 


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Feenev   Joseph,    shoemaker    E    Bernstein    &    Co,    res    Capitol 

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Feeney  Lizzie  Miss,  res  cor  Cameron  and  Jackson 
Feeney  Maggie  Miss,  res  958  Thirty-fifth 
Feeney  Mary  Miss,  res  cor  Cameron  and  Jackson 
Feeney  Michael,  farmer,  res  cor  Cameron  and  Jackson 
Feeney  Owen,  laborer,  967  Fifth 

Feeney  Patrick,  laborer,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Chestnut 
Feeney  Sarah  Mrs,  res  620  Chestnut 
Feeney  Thomas,  farmer,  res  cor  Cameron  and  Jackson 
Feeney   Thomas,    tobacco   stripper    Fibush    Bros,    res    NW    cor 

Twenty-fourth  and  Chestnut 
Feeney  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Twenty-second  bet   Filbert  and 

Myrtle 
Feeny  William,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and    Nail  Works,  res  cor 

Twenty-fourth  and  Chestnut 
Feige  Richard,  furniture  dealer,  1710  Seventh,  res  1673  Taylor 
Feilhaber  G  August,  malter  Westerman  &  Co,  res  cor  Fifth  and 

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Felby  Hattie  Miss,  employe  Cal  Cotton  Mills,  res  636  Filbert 
Feldkirschner  J  O,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co 
Felicite  Danguy,  expressman,  res  218  Fifth 
Felix  Brother,  teacher  St  Patrick's  School  for  Boys,  res  1626 

Seward 
Felix  Charles  J,  steward  S  P  Co,  res  1841  Myrtle 
Fell  John,  hostler  Dashaway  Stables,  res  409 \  Twelfth 
Fell  John,  plasterer,  res  East  Seventeenth  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  aves 
Fell  Julia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  cor  East  Seventeenth  and  Thir- 
teenth ave 
Fell  Thomas,  painter,  res  East  Seventeenth  bet  Thirteenth  and 

Fourteenth  aves 
Felley  Philomena  H,  patrolman,  res  824  Seventeenth 
Fellows  C  F  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  Blake  House 
Fellows  E  C  Mrs,  res  870  Castro 
Fellows  Nellie  Miss,  res  870  Castro 
Fellows  Park,  grain  dealer,  res  951  Myrtle 
Fellows  Samuel  S,  bookkeeper.  S  F,  res  1414  Filbert 
Felton  Edward  S,  baggageman  S  P  Co,  res  1852  Division 
Felton  John  B  Mrs,  res  930  Adeline 
Felton  Syaney  J  Miss,  res  930  Adeline 
Felvey  Hattie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  636  Filbert 
Feneran  J  J,  grainer,  512  Seventh,  res  833  Sixteenth 
Fennassy  Thomas,  gardener  J  Canning 

Fennessy  John,  Phoenix  Saloon,  849  Broadway,  res  664  Sixth 
Fennin  Joseph,  clerk  Jacob  Kornahrens,  res  Twenty-third   bet 

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Fennon  D,  plumber  and  gasfitter  O  M  Sanford,  res  668  Twentv- 

third 
Fennon  Edward  J,  clerk,  res  668  Twenty-third 
Fennon  Frank,  butcher,  res  668  Twenty-third 
Fennon  Joseph  J,  clerk,  res  668  Twenty-third 
Fennon  J  J,  foreman  Engine  Co  No  1,  Oakland  Fire  Department 
Fennon  Mary  Mrs,  res  668  Twenty-third 
Feno  John  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William 
Fenton  J  R,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Fulton  and  Derby,  Berkeley 
Fenton  William  E,  cashier  Harmon  &  Sears,  res  S  F 
Fereira  D,  deck  hand  steamer  Transit,  res  1317  Kirkham 
Ferera  Anton,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fergus  Thomas  W,  carpenter,  res  761  Campbell 
Fergusen  Joseph,  miller  Samm  &  Co,  res  Webers  Hotel 
Ferguson  Agnes,  domestic,  res  1315  Grove 
Ferguson  C  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1067  Thirteenth  ave 
Ferguson  David,  res  709  Castro 
Ferguson  E  B  Mrs,  res  1448  Chestnut 
Ferguson  E  Robina  Miss,  res  1315  Linden 
Ferguson  Ernest  M,  clerk  G  B  Daniels  &  Co,  res  1156  Union 
Ferguson  George  H,  surveyor,  res  1100  East  Twenty-third 
Ferguson  James  W,  carpenter  and  joiner,  res  1005  East  Twenty- 
fourth 
Ferguson  Joseph,  miller  Bay  City  Flouring  Mills,  res  269  Second 
Ferguson  Joseph,  engineer,  res  1066  West  Tenth 
Ferguson  L  Miss,  dressmaker,  Nucleus  House 
Ferguson  Mary  Mrs,  domestic,  res  837  Brush,  upstairs 
Ferguson  M  Frank,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1764  Atlantic 
Ferguson  Robert,  painter,  res  709  Castro 

Ferguson  Samuel  W,  mgr  Southern  California  Land  and  Emigra- 
tion Co,  S  F,  res  1014  Sixteenth 
Ferguson  Theodore,  mgr  Salinger's,  res  Erie  House,  rm  5 
Ferguson  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1005  East  Twenty-fourth 
Ferguson  William  A,  res  1100  East  Twenty-third 
Ferle  Carrie  Mrs,  res  724  Myrtle 

Ferley  Frank,  teamster  E  M  Derby  &  Co,  res  814  East  Fifteenth 
Ferley  James,  driver  Oakland  Transfer  Co,  res  814  East  Fifteenth 
Ferley  Patrick,  drayman,  res  814  East  Fifteenth 
Ferm  Nelson,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Fernald  William  H,  watchman,  S  F,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shat- 

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Ferr  Charles,  laborer,  res  953  Third 
Ferr  William  J,  laborer,  res  953  Third 
Ferrei  Louis,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 
Ferreira  Joseph  D,  railroad  laborer,  res  1317  Kirkham 
Ferrer  Dominic,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

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Ferrier  Rose  Miss,  French  teacher,  res  523  Seventeenth 
Ferris  D,  painter  William  H  Weilbye,  res  1351  Broadway 
Ferris  D  N,  laborer,  res  836  Broadway 
Ferris  Frank  Mrs,  res  1068  Broadway 
Ferris  Jackson,  coatmaker,  1530  West 
Ferris  J  B,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  Union  Hotel 
Ferris  John,  gardener,  res  1530  West 
Ferris  M,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Ferris  Richard,  dairyman,  res  630  Chestnut 
Ferris  Samuel,  painter  Wm  H  WTeilbye,  res  1218  Clay 
Ferris  Samuel,  painter,  res  836  Broadway 
Ferris  S  M  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  141  Qh  San  Pablo  ave 
Ferris  W  L  Mrs,  res  667  Seventh,  rear 
Ferry  Ella  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1317  Jackson 
Ferry  Samuel  T,  shirt  cutter,  res  1817  San  Pablo  ave 
Ferry  Mollie  Mrs,  res  1859  West 
Ferrys  M  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fessenden  G  L  Mr*,  res  1079  Twelfth 
Fetterhoff  Hiram,  painter,  res  586  Twenty-second 
Fetterman  — ,  sewing  machine  agt,  res  836  Broadway 
Fetthauer  Henry,  laborer,  res  s  s  Felton  nr  Paradise 
Fetzer  Ferdinand,  artesian  well  borer,  res  617  Ninth 
Fey  George  P,  candy  maker,  S  F,  res  1324  Fifch 
Fey  John,  cabinet  maker,  res  1729  Adeline 
Fibush  Aaron  (Fibush  Brothers)  res  558  Sixteenth 
FIBUSH  BROTHERS  (Aaron  and  Jacob  Fibush)  manufacturers 
and   importers  Havana  and  Domestic   cigars,  1103  Broad- 
way, telephone  No  245 
Fibush  Jacob  (Fibush  Brothers)  res  558  Sixteenth 
Fichenger  Herman,  farmer,  res  1415  Twelfth  ave 
Fichl  Adolph,  cook  Webers  Hotel 
Fick  A  Mrs,  dry  and  fancy  goods,  1761  Seventh 
Fick  August,  painter,  res  1761  Seventh 
Fick  Lizzie  Miss,  clerk  Mrs  A  Fick,  res  1761  Seventh 
Fidelity  Lodge  No  57,  United  Order  of  Honor,  meets  at  Shattuck 

Hall,  453  Eighth 
Fieberling  Peter  (Schmidt  &  Fieberling)  res  835   Franklin 
Fiedeman  D  W  Miss,  teacher,  res  824  Myrtle 
Fiege  Richard,  upholsterer,  res  1673  Taylor 
Fiege  Z  Henry,  restaurant,  Old  Wharf,  res  273  Sixth 
Field  Arthur,  Field's  Biscuit  Factory,  S  F,  res  1408  Eighth 
Field  Arthur  Jr,  Field's  Biscuit  Factory,  S  F,  res  1408  Eighth 
Field  Caroline  H  Miss,  res  262  Thirteenth 
Field    D    W,   salesman    Oakland    Fruit   and   Produce    Co,    462 

Eleventh,  res  S  F 
Field  Henry  K,  general  agt  New  England  Mutual  Life  Insurance 

Co,  S  F,  res  cor  Fifth  ave  and  East  Twenty-third 
Field  L  A  Miss,  res  262  Thirteenth 


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Field  Lizzie,  cook,  1033  Linden 

FIELD  SEMINARY,  home  school  for  young  ladies,  1825  Tele- 
graph ave 

Field  Thomas  W,  special  police,  S  F,  res  1316  Eighth  ave 

Field  William  A,  machinist,  res  1457  Myrtle 

Fielding  Edward,  major  Salvation  Army,  res  1406  Thirteenth  ave 

Fielding  J  C,  conductor  S  P  C,  res  831  Harrison 

Fielding  Tom,  gardener,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Fields  D  1  Mrs,  propr  Willson  House,  1165  Washington 

Fields  Frances  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  560  Seventh 

Fields  Joseph,  candy  maker,  res  Willson  House 

Fields  Joseph  B,  patrolman,  res  Willson  House 

Fields  Maretta  S  Miss,  res  1316  Eighth  ave 

Fields  Mary  L  Mrs,  res  1316  Eighth  ave 

Fields  Mary  E  Miss,  milliner,  res  560  Seventh 

Fields  Minnie  Miss,  bookbinder,  res  560  Seventh 

Fields  Minnie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Fields  R  A,  barber,  res  e  s  Telegraph  ave  bet  Forty-sixth  and 
Forty-seventh 

Fields  Rosa  Mrs,  dressmaker,  560  Seventh 

Fierce  Thomas,  millwright  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  511 
Third 

FIFE  WILLIAM  C>  hardwood  lumber,  carriage  and  wagon  ma- 
terial, 563  and  565   Twelfth,  res  678  Seventeenth 

Fifield  William  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  352  East  Fourteenth 

FIFTH  INFANTRY  REGjMENT  BAND  N  G  C,  J  L  Callaghan 

manager,  812  Franklin 
Figone  John,  vegetable  peddler,  res  622  Filbert 
Figrod  Frank,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Figrod  John,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Figrod  L,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Figrod  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Figueredo  Joaquin,  coachman,  res  1533  San  Pablo  ave 
Fike  Nathan,  junk  dealer,  S  F,  res  809  Peralta 
Filbert  E,  res  Winters  Hotel 

Filbert  John,  laborer,  res  Forty-seventh  nr  Shattuck 
Fillmore  George  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1019  Chestnut 
Fillmore  L,  supt  S  P  Co,  res  Market  Street  Block 
Fillmore  Luther,  general  supt  S  P  Co,  res  Market  Street  House 
Finch  Arty  B,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1376  Franklin 
Finch  Duncan  B,  capitalist,  res  1263  Webster 
Finch  Emma  Miss,  res  1376  Franklin 
Finch  Ed  S,  with  E  G  Buswell,  res  1376  Franklin 
Finch  Isaac  B,  artificial  stonemaker,  res  1076  East  Fifteenth 
Finch  Thomas  E,  liquors  and  cigars,  825  Broadway 
Finch  William  H,  inspector  Contra  Costa   Water   Co,    res   765 

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Finck  S  Mrs,  res  1112  Linden 


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Fincke  Henry,  employe    Stove    Works,    res  cor    Prospect   and 

Wallsworth  aves 
Findlay  Katie  Miss,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-second 
Findlay  Nellie  Mrs,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-second 
Fine  Alfred,  veterinary  surgeon,  res  827  Twenty-ninth 
Fine  Andrew,    physician    Home  for    Adult   Blind,    res    Clinton 

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Finegan  Emma  M  Mrs,  res  827  Fourteenth 
Finegan  Thomas  B,  marble  cutter  Collins  Marble  Works,  res  827 

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Finely  Charles  J,  salesman  F  J  Edwards  &  Co,  res  720  Twelfth 
Finigan  J  William,  salesman   Queen  Shoe  Store,  res    1423  San 

Pablo  ave 
Finigan  P  W,  clerk  S  Eliaser,  res  1223  San  Pablo  ave 
Fink  Henry  W,  range  expert  E  F  Delger.  res  Wallsworth  ave 
Fink  L  H,  machinist,  res  1463  Broadway 
Finkeldey  Augusta  Miss,   finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  653 

Grove 
Finkeldey  Fred,  sawyer  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mills,  res  653  Grove 
Finkeldey  Henry,  butcher  William  Nelle,  res  544  Twenty-second 
Finkeldey  Minnie  Mrs,  res  653  Grove 

Finkeldey  William,  teamster  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  653  Grove 
Finlayson  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1415  San  Pablo  ave 
Finley  Fannie  Miss,  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1823  William 
Finley  M  Mrs,  res  1823  William 
Finley  Mattie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1823  William 
Finley  Waine,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1823  William 
Finn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 
Finnegan  John  J,  res  1506  Broadway 
Finney  Charles,  barber,  res  2239  Adeline 
Finney  G  W  Mrs,  res  527  Twelfth 
Finney  William  H,  carpenter,  res  1156  Broadway 
Finnigan  John,  janitor  Cole,  Merriman  &  Son,  1506  Broadway 
Finnigan  Maggie,  housemaid  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 
Finnigan  Maggie  Miss,  waitress,  res  1253  Broadway 
Finnigan  M  J,  painter,  1311  Broadway,  res  719  Nineteenth 
Fino  John,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William 
Finucane  John,  tailor,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

Grove 
Finucane  W  M,  clerk,  res  363J  Twelfth 

Fiplit  John,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  910  Eleventh 
Fire  Association  of  Philadelphia,  B  B  Laton  agt,  468  Ninth 

FIRE   INSURANCE  ASSOCIATION  OF  LONDON  H  Griffin 

agent,  958  Broadway 

FIREMAN'S  FUND  INSURANCE  CO,  Scotchier  &  Gottshall 

agents,  1010  Broadwav 
Fireman's  Insurance  Co  of  Baltimore,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broad- 
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Fireman's  Insurance  Co  of  Newark,    N  J,   H  Griffin   agt,  958 
Broadway 

First  Baptist  Church,  East  Oakland,  Rev  Herndon   Garnett  pas- 
tor, NE  cor  Tenth  ave  and  East  Fourteenth 

First  Baptist  Church.  Rev  E  H  Gray  D  D  pastor,  SE  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Brush 

First  Congregational    Church,  Rev   John  Knox   McLean  D   D 
pastor,  cor  Twelfth  and  Clay 

First  Hebrew  Congregation,  Rev  M 
Clay  and  Thirteenth 

First    Methodist  Episcopal   Church, 
cor  Fourteenth  and  Clav 

FIRST  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  OAKLAND,  VD  Moody  pres,  J  E 

Ruggles    vice-pres,    A  D  Thomson  cashier,  NE  cor   Tenth 

and  Broadway 
First  Presbyterian  Church,  Rev   Francis  A  Horton  D   D  pastor, 

cor  Fourteenth  and  Franklin 
First  Presbyterian  Church,  East  Oakland.  Rev  E    S  Chapman 

D  D  pastor,  NE  cor  Fifteenth  ave  and  East  Fourteenth 
First  Scandinavian  Baptist  Church,  Liberty  Hall,  831  Brush 
First  Universalist  Church,  Rev  S   Goodenough  pastor,  Hamilton 

Hall,  cor  Jefferson  and  Thirteenth 
Firth  William  B,  carpenter,  res  n  s  Crawford  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Fischer  Adam  J,  carpenter,  res  1846  Market 
Fischer's   Bakery  and   Coffee  Parlors,  Julius  Fischer  propr,  866 

Washington 
Fischer  Frank  X  (Mitchell,  Fischer  &    Ketscher)  res    828  Myrtle 
Fischer  Julius,  propr  Fischer's  Bakery  and   Coffee  Parlors,  866 

Washington 
Fish  Arthur  L,  mgr  Worthington  pumps  and  machinery,   S  F, 

res  1058  Kirkham 
Fish  E  N,  clerk,  res  870  Peralta 
Fish  George  L  (Phelan  &  Fish)  res  Everetts  Block 
Fish  Harriet  A  Mrs,  res  1058  Kirkham 
Fish  James  H  (J  H  Fish  &  Co,  S  F)  res  918  Grove 
Fish  Lucy  H  Miss,  res  728  Eleventh 
Fish  Milo  H,  res  854J  Broadway 
Fish  M  W,  physician,  res  461  East  Fourteenth 
Fish  Theodore  J,  commission  merchant,  res  671  Tenth 
Fish  Trueman  D,  merchant,  472  Eleventh,  res  Everetts  House 
Fish  William,  printer  Enquirer  Office,  res  371  Tenth 
Fish  William    H,    printer    Enquirer    Office,    res   cor 

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Fisher  — ,  res  1356  Fifteenth 

FISHER  A  A,  (Fisher  &  Taylor)  res  Brooklyn,  N  Y 
Fisher  Aaron  D  (Fisher  &  Morrison)  res  1417  Eighth 
Fisher  A  C,  salesman  M  J  Keller,  res  Arlington  House 
Fisher  B  P,  carpenter,  res  716  Twenty-ninth 


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Fisher  Catherine  B  Mrs,  teacher  English  language  and  literature 

Oakland  High  School,  926  Myrtle 
Fisher  Charlotte  Mrs,  laundress,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 
Fisher  E  N  Mrs,  organist  and  music  teacher,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  Erastus,  printer,  res  1013  Thirtieth 
Fisher  Florence  V  Miss,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  F  H,  Dental  College,  S  F,  res  315  Fourteenth 
Fisher  Frank  L,  compositor,  res  870  Adeline 
Fisher  Galen  M,  capitalist,  res  904  Filbert 
Fisher  George,  saloon,  859  Washington 
Fisher  George,  restaurant,  res  Newland  House 
Fisher  George  N,  elevator  boy  Blake  &  Moffitt  Building,  res  312 

Third 
FISHER  G  W>  manager  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  cor  First  and 

Washington,  res  315  Fourteenth 
Fisher  Grace  W,  music  teacher,  res  582  East  Twelfth 
Fisher  Gus  A,  upholsterer,  res  1775  Lincoln 
Fisher  Hattie  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs  Davis,  res  312  Third 
Fisher  Henry,  clerk  F  J  Edwards  &  Co,  res  565  Seventh 
Fisher  Henry  R,  butcher  Bay  City  Market,  res  559  Seventh 
Fisher  Herbert,  plumber,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  John,  saloon,  1851  San  Pablo  ave,  res  1922  West 
Fisher  John  L,  tailor  Charles  Baab,  res  766  Sixth 
Fisher  John  W,  nurseryman,  res  Temescal  ave  nr  Telegraph   ave 
Fisher  Joseph  Major,  wood  and  coal,  1401  Broadway,  res  1412  West 
Fisher  Katherine  B  Mrs,  teacher  Oakland  High  School,  res  926 

Myrtle 
Fisher  Lillian  A  Miss,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  Louisa  Miss,  knitter,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 
Fisher  Luther  P,  advertising  agt,  S  F,  res  926  Myrtle 
Fisher  Michael,  grocer,  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Fisher  &  Morrison  (A  D  Fisher  and  W  W  Morrison)  liquors,  to- 
bacco and  cigars,  1776  Seventh 
Fisher  P  M,  county  supt  public  schools,  res  70  East  Twelfth 
FISHER  &  TAYLOR  (A  A  Fisher  and  J  P  Taylor)   wood   and 

coal  dealers,  yard  foot  of  Franklin,  office  455  Ninth 
Fisher  William  Mrs,  restaurant  at  the  Mole,  res  510  Ninth 
Fisher  William  A,  salesman,  S  F,  res  926  Myrtle 
Fisk  Leander,  with  T  W  Higginbotham,  res  671  Adeline 
Fiske  W  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  I860  William 
Fitch  Charles  V,  waiter  Rooney  &  Jones,  res  31 3  J  Seventh 
Fitch  Fred,  waiter  Rooney  &  Jones,  res  766  East  Twelfth 
Fitch  George,  teamster  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  S  F,  res  Seventh  bet 

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Fitch  George  W  Rev,  journalist,  res  417  East  Seventeenth 
Fitch  G  M,  with  Transfer  Co,  res  869  Washington 
Fitch  H  S,  bookkeeper  Crown  Point  Manufacturing  Co.  res  919 

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Fitch  Miles  W,  artist,  res  1054  Third 

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Transfer  Co,  res  483  Plymouth  ave 
Fitch  Samuel  S,  shoemaker,  res  417  East  Seventeenth 
Fitch  Wallace  B,  fruit  grower,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Fitch  Walter  S,  shorthand  reporter,  res  796  Harrison 
Fitch  Walter,  boxmaker  Eagle  Box  Factory,  res  796  Harrison 
Fitch  William,  foreman  Columbia  Ranch,  res  796  Harrison 
Fitch  Zala  E,  pressman,  res  796  Harrison 
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Fitz  George  L,  tea  merchant,  res  2049  Market 
Fitzgerald  Daniel  L,  shade  upholsterer  C  Schreiber,  res  S  F 
Fitzgerald  David,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co,  res  812  Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Edward  J,  salesman  S  Greenhood,  res  812  Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Edward  L,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  George,  plumber,  res  1250  Castro 
Fitzgerald  J,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fitzgerald  Kate  Miss,  res  1515  Eighth 
Fitzgerald  Kate  Mrs,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  M,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  1250  Center 
Fitzgerald  M,  real  estate  and  insurance,  970  Broadway 
Fitzgerald  Maggie  Miss,  res  812  Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Maggie  Miss,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  518  William 
Fitzgerald  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  759  Fourth 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  laborer,  res  1250  Center 
Fitzgerald  May  E  Miss,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  contractor,  res  1515  Eighth 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  laborer,  res  250  Haven 
Fitzgerald  Richard,  contractor,  res  1515  Eighth 

FITZGERALD    ROBERT   M,  attorney-at-law,  854J   Broadway, 

res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  S,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fitzmaurice  John,  gardener,  713  Fifteenth 
Fitzmaurice  William,  gardener,  713  Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick  Edward,  upholsterer,  res  571  Tenth 
Fitzpatrick  Edward  C,  employe  United  States  Mint,  res  SW  cor 

Grove  and  Fortieth 
Fitzpatrick  LilJie  Miss,  knitter,  1359  Eighteenth 
Fitzpatrick  Peter  C,  plasterer,  res  1359  Eighteenth 
Fitzpatrick  Timothy  E,  plasterer,  res  1359  Eighteenth 
Fitzsimmons  Henry,  saloon,  366  Twelfth,  res  Webers  Hotel 
Fitzsimmons  Jolm,  painter,  res  366  Ninth 
Flack  John,  coachman,  res  1302  Jackson 
Flagg  O  J,  miner,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Flagg  William  H,  salesman  D  Samuels,  S  F,  res  971  Pine 


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Flaharan  William  H,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1670  William 

Flaherty  B,  service  man  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  316  Third 

Flaherty  James,  grocer,  1532  Thirteenth  ave,  res  same 

Flaherty  John,  laborer,  res  1471  Fourteenth 

Flaherty  Thomas,  painter,  res  1404  Eighteenth 

Flanagan  Edward,  printer,  res  1427  Twelfth 

Flanagan  I  F,  division  road  master  S  P  Co,  res  876  Wood 

Flandin  Joseph,  res  559  Charter 

Flanigan  Christopher  C,  dairy,  res  351  Prospect  ave 

Flanigan  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  923  Fifth  ave 

Flannery  James,  hack  driver,  res  1381  Ninth 

Flannery  John,  baker  R  W  Merrick,  res  Bartlett  House 

Flannery  Joseph,  saloon,  879  Washington,  res  518  Sixth 

Flannery  Mary  L  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  961  Kirkham 

Flannigan  C,  pressman  Tribune  Publishing  Co 

Flannigan  Chris,  stock  clerk  E  F  Delger 

Flannigan  Molly  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  cor 

Fifteenth  and  Cypress 
Flarety  Bart,  plumber  Oakland  Water  Co,  res  316  Third 
Flaxman  Sarah  Miss,  domestic,  res  1227  Linden 
Fleck  Adolph,  hatter  A  Meyer,  res  2315  Grove 
Fleck  &  Busse  (Gustave  Fleck  and  Christian  C  Busse)  barbers, 

460  Twelfth 
Fleck  Gustave  (Fleck  &  Busse)  res  2315  Grove 
Fleenor  William  T  Rev,  pastor  San  Pablo  ave  Baptist  Church, 

res  724  Twenty-first 
Fleischhauer  William  C,  barber,  1808  Seventh,  res  1623  Taylor 
Fleming  A  J  Mrs,  res  304  Ninth 
Fleming  David  J,  engineer,  S  F,  res  811  Center 
Fleming  David  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  811  Center 
Fleming  E,  Borax  Manufacturing  Co,  Alameda,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Fleming  J  K  (Wixom  &  Fleming)  res  1765  Division 
Fleming  John  J,  capitalist,  res  1321  Twelfth  ave 
Fleming  John  R,  with  Frank  W  Davies,  res  304  Ninth 
Fleming  J    W,  agricultural  implements,  513  and  515  Fifth,  res 

1950  Myrtle 
Fleming  Louis,  asst  supt  fire  alarm  and  police  telegraph,  res  1366 

San  Pablo  ave 
Fleming  Mary  Mrs,  res  1862  West 
Fleming  Robert  F,  extraman  Hook  and  Ladder  No  1,  res  1309 

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Fleming  William,  cabinet  maker,  res  483  Twenty-sixth 
Fleming  William  B,  painter  N  P  Kuss,  res  164  Sixth 
Fleming  William  D,  mariner,  res  1529  Ninth  ave 
Flemming  James,  laborer,  res  1862  West 
Flemming  Louis  E,  asst  fire  alarm  and  police  telegraph,  res  1366 

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Flemming  William,  cabinet  maker,  res  483  Twenty-sixth 

Flescher  Alfred,  plumber,  res  1623  Taylor 

Flescher  Nellie,  music  teacher,  res  1623  Taylor 

Flescher  William,  barber,  res  1623  Taylor 

Fletcher  Alden,  res  1417  Adeline 

Fletcher  Charles  H,  commercial  traveler,  res  858  Castro 

Fletcher  Frank,  res  1417  Adeline 

Fletcher  George  W,  solicitor,  res  1212  Thirteenth  ave 

Fletcher  Hugh,  grocer,  1849  San  Pablo  ave,  res  1807  Myrtle 

Fletcher  Isaac,  wagon    maker  Oakland  Planing    Mills,  res    489 

Twenty-fifth 
Fletcher  John,  painter,  res  1354  Sixteenth 
FLETCHER   L   D   CAPT   na.y>  grain  and  feed,  wood   and  coal, 

608  and  610  East  Twelfth,  res  1361  Eleventh  ave 
Fletcher  Lucy  Miss,  stenographer,  res  1417  Adeline 
Fletcher  M,  oiler  steamer  Oakland,  res  727  Lewis 
Fletcher  Mary  Miss,  res  1417  Adeline 
Fletcher  M  S,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  767  Lewis 
Fletcher  Thomas  H,  grainer,  res  852  Jefferson 
Fletcher  W  F,  sergeant  police  force,  res  1312  Telegraph  ave 
Fletcher  William,  clerk,  927  Broadway 
Flick  Allen,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  612 \  East  Twelfth 
Flick  George  W,  contractor  and  builder,  res  41 6  East  Sixteenth 
Flinn  Margaret  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Flint  Alice  M  Miss,  res  521  Thirteenth 
Flint  A  P  Mrs,  res  Glen  Echo  off  Piedmont  ave 
Flint  Benjamin  Mrs,  res  574  Sycamore 
Flint  B  S  (Knight,  Campbell  &  Co)  res  S  F 
Flint  Edward  D  (Taylor  &  Flint,  S  F)  res  521  Thirteenth 
Flint  Elijah  T,  salesman  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1269  Castro 
FLINT  GEORGE  B,  druggist,  HOI  Broadway,  res  629  Fourteenth 
Flint  George  M,  res  521  Thirteenth 
Flint  Helen  P  Miss,  res  521  Thirteenth 
Flint  H  L,  sec  Merriman  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Glen  Echo  off 

Piedmont  ave 
Flint  James  P,  salesman,  res  1269  Castro 
Flint  Jane  H  Mrs,  res  1070  Sixteenth 
Flint  Levi,  bootmaker,  1754  Seventh,  res  1718  Eighth 
Flint  Samuel  (Flint  &  Zimmerman)  res  1718  Eighth 
FLINT  &  ZIMMERMAN  (Samuel  Flint  and  Frank  S  Zimmerman) 

wood  and  coal,  413  Eleventh 
Flood  George,  blacksmith  P  H  McGrew,  res  666J  East  Fifteenth 
Flood  Isaac,  kalsominer  and  paper  hanger,  res  666?,  East  Fifteenth 
Flood  Isabella  Mrs,  res  1202  West 
Flood  Robert,  stone  cutter,  res  1202  West 
Flood  Theodore  M,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  666  East 

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Flood  Thomas,  laborer,  res  714  Linden 


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Flora  Aaron  M,  printer  Fonda  &  Co,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  Albert,  City  Pound,  res  1641  Myrtle 

Flora  Bert,  clerk  Conradi  &  Moss,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  E  H,  house  mover,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  M  R,  carpenter,  res  1624  Myrtle 

Flora  M  R  Jr,  house  mover,  res  1624  Myrtle 

Flores  Carmen  Mrs,  res  834  Seventeenth 

Fiossman  B,  gardener  James  Hutchison,  res   Piedmont    Branch 

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Floud  John  W,  oiler  San  Bias,  res  1420  Filbert 
Floud  Susie,  dressmaker,  res  1420  Filbert 
Flower  Fronk,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  822  Union 
Flughl  Rodolph,  tailor,  res  Nucleus  House 
Fluke  Herman,  cabinet  maker,  res  510  Eighth 
Flynn  Andrew  Mrs,  groceries,  1601  Myrtle 
Flynn  Charles  C,  ship  builder,  res  855  Ba}' 
Flynn  Cornelius,  with  Edmond  Flynn,  res  1600  Seventh 
Flynn  Edmond,  wines  and  liquors,  1600  Seventh,  res  857  Peralta 
Flynn  Hugh,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1862  William 
Flynn  James,  upholsterer  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  824  Lydia 
Flynn  James  F,  scowman  S  P  Co,  res  885  Bay 
Flynn  John  S,  house  painter,  res  1363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  Maggie,  res  824  Lydia 

Flynn  Maurice  J,  house  painter,  res  1363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  May  Miss,  sewer  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  824  Lydia 
Flynn  Patrick,  wood  and  coal,  1459  Seventh,  res  1461  Seventh 
Flynn  P  J,  clerk  J  A  Joyce,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Flynn  Rosa  Mrs,  res  709  Adeline 
Flynn  Timothy,  carpenter,  res  1363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  Timothy  J,  plasterer,  res  1363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  William  H,  foundry  helper,  S  F,  res  718  Center 
Foallrath  William  A,  horseshoer  M  Ryan,  res  660  East  Twelfth 
Focacci  Franklin,  res  657  Myrtle 

Focacci  Jilly,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  653  Myrtle 
Focacci  Lena,  finisher,  res  653  Myrtle 

Focacci  Louis,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  653  Myrtle 
Foesten    Hermann,  laborer   Oakland   Pickle   Factory,  res    1789 

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Fogarty  James,  salesman  E  J  Murphy,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave,  Fruit 

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Fogarty  Matthew,  night  watchman,  res  1312  Market 
Fogarty  Richard,  painter,  res  654  Clay 
Fogarty  William,  quarry  man  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co 
Fogert}7  Annie  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Fogerty  E,  steward  Tubbs  Hotel 

Fogerty  James,  merchant,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Fogerty  Jennie  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
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Fogerty  Sherman,  shipping  clerk,  S    F,  res    Fruit  Vale  ave  nr 

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Fogerty  William,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Fogg  Ellen  Mrs,,  res  1636  Myrtle 
Fogg  George  E,  civil  engineer,  1471  Broadway 
Fogg  George  H,  real  estate,  1471  Broadway,  res  1638  Telegraph 

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Fogg  George  J,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  527  Thirty-sixth 
Fogg  James  L,  district  supt  agencies  Connecticut  Mutual  Life 

Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  770  Thirteenth 
Fogg  Joseph  S,  carpenter,  res  813  Market 
Folcia  Joseph,  produce  dealer,  572  Seventh 
Foler  J  H,  apprentice  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  San  Leandro 
Foley  James  J,  res  1023  Peralta 
Foley  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  620  Chestnut 
Foley  .John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
Foley  John,  gardener,  1839  San  Pablo  ave 
Foley  John,  teamster  Renton  Coal  Co,  res  666  Twenty-seventh 
Foley  John  G,  furniture  salesman,  S  F,  res  1019  Willow 
Foley  Michael,  laborer,  res  1171  Third 
Foley  Thomas,  laborer,  res  623  Chestnut 
Foley  Thomas,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  620  Chestnut 
Foley  Timothy,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Folger  A  S,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1362  Eighth 
Folger  C  D,  res  1308  Webster 
Folger  C  D  Mrs,  res  1308  Webster 
Folger  Elizabeth  Miss,  res  1308  Jackson 
Folger  Frank,  res  915  Webster 

Folger  James  A  (J  A  Folger  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1308  Jackson 
Folger  James  A  Jr,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1308  Jackson 
Folger  L  B  Miss,  res  1308  Jackson 

Folkers  J  H  A,  dental  instruments,  S  F,  res  915  Myrtle 
Follrath  Adam,  blacksmith,  res  1060  Thirteenth  ave 
Follrath  James,  helper  P  H  McGrew,  res  1221  Thirteenth  ave 
Follrath  W  A,  horseshoer,  res  671  East  Twelfth 
Follrath  William  L,  horseshoer,  res  671  East  Twelfth 
Folsom  George  H,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  957  Grove 
Folsome  May  E  Miss,  res  563  Fourteenth 
Folte  Gustave,  asst  teller  German  Savings  Bank,  S  F,  res  619 

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Fond  Louise  Miss,  domestic,  res  cor  East  Twenty-seventh  and 

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Fonda  &  Co,  printers,  SE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
Fonda  George  H,  engineer,  res  1772  Goss 
Fonda  Jesse,  printer,  res  1772  Goss 
Fonda  Peter,  seaman,  res  124  Ettie 
Fonda  P  W  (Fonda  &  Co)  res  1772  Goss 
Fones  John  H,  carpenter,  res  653  Seventh 


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Fontaine  C  Mrs,  dressmaker,  558  Seventh 

Fontaine  Celeste,  baker  Marcel  Longe,  res  558  Seventh 

Fontaine  Pierre,  wine  and  liquor  dealer,  1453  San  Pablo  ave 

Fontaine  Walter  L,  surveyor,  res  1742  Linden 

Fontainebleau  Garden,  Arthur  Marshall  propr,  cor  Twenty-sixth 
ave  and  East  Fourteenth 

Fonte  Antonio,  gen  mdse,  800  East  Twelfth,  res  1021  Twenty  - 
second 

Fonte  Eveline  Miss,  employe  Jute  Mills,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Hep- 
burn 

Fonte  George,  tanner,  res  1029  East  Twenty-second 

Fonte  Joseph,  laborer,  res  1025  East  Twenty-second 

Fonte  Joseph  R,  laborer,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Hepburn 

Fonte  Joseph  T,  clerk  A  Fonte,  res  1021  Sixteenth  ave 

Fonte  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res  cor  Adeline  and 
Hepburn 

Fonte  Rosa  Miss,  res  1025  East  Twenty -second 

Fontes  A  S,  shoemaker,  273  B 

Foor  Alice  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1465  Curtis 

Foote  Bessie  Miss,  res  970  West 

Foote  Henry  S,  commissioner  Supreme  Court  and  atty-at-law,  S 
F,  res  970  West 

Foote  M  S,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  East  Oakland 

Foote  William  W,  atty-at-law,  res  1154  Brush 

Forbes  C  M,  traveling  agt,  res  854  Brush 

Forbes  John,  salesman  Bruning  Bros,  res  Henry 

Forbes  John  C,  res  1705  Eighth 

Forbes  Maggie,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills 

Forbes  Robert,  gardener,  res  1568  Webster 

Force  Edward,  carpenter,  res  n  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Adeline 

Force  Edward  E,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  Forty-fifth  bet  San  Pablo 
ave  and  Adeline 

Force  S  B,  bookkeeper  Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual 
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Ford  Alvin,  farmer,  res  w  s  Park  ave  nr  Alameda  ave 

Ford  Archibald,  mechanic,  res  n  s  Sutter  nr  San  Pablo  ave 

Ford  C  M  Miss,  res  County  Road  junction  Julia 

Ford  Daniel  R  (Reed  &  Miller)  res  626  Ninth 

Ford  Ella  J  Miss,  res  923  Fifth  ave 

Ford  George,  milkman,  res  913  Twenty-eighth 

Ford  Jerome  B,  lumber  merchant,  res  923  Fifth  ave 

Ford  J  T,  inventor,  res  County  Road  junction  Julia 

Ford  Kate  M  Mrs,  res  765  Grove 

Ford  L  B  Miss,  res  County  Road  junction  Julia 

Ford  Lillie  Miss,  res  n  s  Sutter  nr  San  Pablo  ave 

Ford  Louisa  Miss,  milliner  Mrs  S  Silberberg,  res  913  Twenty- 
eighth 

Ford  Nettie  Miss,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  1018  Twelfth 


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Ford  Susie  F,  res  923  Fifth  ave 

Ford  Thomas  J,  railroad  postal  clerk,  res  1374  Eleventh 

Ford  Thomas  W,  shoemaker,  res  740  Chester 

Ford  William,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Fording  Howard,  civil  engineer,  res  1112  Wood 

Fording  I  M  Mrs,  res  1112  Wood 

Fordman  Frederick,  carpenter,  res  834  Cedar 

Foreman  John  H,  blacksmith  Huber  &  Lawton,  res  1099  Third 

Foreman  Maggie  Miss,  res  1302  Franklin' 

Forest  Sterling,  cook  W  CTU,  res  260  Fourth 

Foresters,  companions  of  the   Forest  meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall 

Forgie  Hugh,  cutter  Jacob  Letter,  res  367  Durant 

FORGIE  JOHN,  fine  tailoring,  304  Stockton  opp  Union  Club 
Building,  S  F,  res  367  Durant 

Forgie  Mary  Miss,  res  567  Fourteenth 

Forkne  John  M,  expressman,  cor  Seventh  and  Broadway,  res 
2045  Filbert 

Forney  R  L,  caipenter,  res  231  Helen 

Forrest  — ,  res  263  East  Eighteenth 

Forrest  Curtis  T,  capitalist,  res  1841  Webster 

Forrest  John,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  East  Eighteenth  bet  Fifth  and 
Sixth  aves 

Forrest  Sterling  P,  cook,  res  260  Fourth 

Forrester  Edwin  H,  res  1462  Eighth 

Forrester  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  1220  Sixth  ave 

Forssi  Marie,  domestic,  855  Alice 

Forster  Mrs,  boxmaker  Oakland  Paper  Box  Factory 

Forster  Arthur,  sexton  St  John's  Episcopal  Church,  res  329  Third 

Forster  Emma  Mrs,  res  329  Third 

Forster  J  H  Mrs,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont  ave 

Forster  Michael,  actor,  res  1664  Atlantic 

Forster's  Wharf,  foot  of  Franklin 

Forsting  Lester  VV,  variety  store,  res  1100  Market 

Forstner  Belle  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  462  Third 

Forstner  Fred,  butcher,  res  462  Third 

Forstner  John,  engineer  F  Mann,  res  462  Third 

Forstner  J  Oscar,  turner  Johnson  &  Co,  res  462  Third 

Forsythe  M  B  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1214  Thirteenth  ave 

Forthman  O  C,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co 

Fortin  Damien  E,  foreman  V  L  Fortin  &  Co,  res  566  Nineteenth 

F0RTIN  V  L>  lime,  lath,  cement,  plaster,  sand,  fire-clay,  common, 
pressed  and  fire  brick  and  contractor  for  brick  work,  office 
and  warehouse  cor  Washington  and  Third,  res  o6Q  Nineteenth 

Fortman  Richard,  ship  carpenter,  res  Bay  bet  William  and  Sev- 
enth 

Fortunato  Pezzolo,  bootblack,  455  Seventh,  res  658  Myrtle 

Fortune  Grace  Miss,  teacher  piano,  res  1003  Clay 

Fosgate  Louise  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1922  San  Pablo  ave 


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307 


Foshette  Martin,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Fossard  Amable,  capitalist,  res  1120  Peralta 

Poster  Mrs,  res  522  East  Twenty-fourth 

Foster  Alfred,  gardener,  res  2041  Linden 

Foster  Anthony,   laborer    Risdon   Iron    Works,   S    F,   res    1568 

Twenty-first  ave 
Foster  Bertha  V  Miss,  res  1622  Taylor 
Foster  C  A,  commercial  traveler,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Foster  C  A  Capt,  custom  house  inspector,  S  F,  res  1622  Taylor 
Foster  C  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1659  William 
Foster  Charles  M,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1729  William 
Foster  Edward  H,  cook  A  Campbell,  res  1011  Franklin 
Foster  Emma  L  Mrs,  res  522  East  Twenty-fourth 
Foster  F  C,  teacher  Greek  and  literature  Hopkins  Academy,  res 

482  Edwards 
Foster  H  C  Mrs,  bds  1012  Jefferson 
Foster  H  E,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1729  William 
Foster  I  L,  machinist  S  P  Co  and  fireman  Phoenix  Engine,   res 

1924  Filbert 
Foster  John,  mill  hand  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  1906  San 

Pablo  ave 
Foster  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  821  Henry 
Foster  John  Jr,  wood  worker,  res  1906  San  Pablo  ave 
Foster  John  A,  carpenter,  res  1924  Filbert 
Foster  John  R,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  821  Henry 
Foster  Joseph,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1872  Division 
Foster  Lizzie  Mrs,  domestic,  res  1054  Fourteenth 
Foster  Michael,  actor,  res  1664  Atlantic 
Foster  Moses  G,  miner,  res  960  Castro 
Foster  R  H  Mrs,  lodgings,  res  405  Seventh 
Foster  Wiiliam  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  938  Peralta 
Foster  W  W,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  914  Henry 
Fostner  Fred,  butcher,  res  462  Third 
Fostner  Oscar,  wood  turner,  res  462  Third 
Foubert  Eugene,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  ave 
F<>ucault  Victor  M,  real  estate,  res  518  Twenty-second 
Fouch  Frank,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1557  Third 
Foulk  George  H,  with  T  W  Higginbotham,  res  1152  Seventh 
FOUL KES  JAMES  F,  physician,  969  Broadway,  rms  48  and  49, 

res  571  Twelfth 
Foulkes  Thomas  D,  saloon,   2149  Telegraph,  res  NE  cor  Ruby 

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Foulkes  W  H,  clerk  Sun  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  571  Twelfth 
Foulks  — ,  res  Lester  House 
Fountain  Belle  Mrs,  domestic,  1509  Broadway 
Fountain  Lida  Miss,  saleslady  N  Laymance,  res  807  Brush 
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Fountain  Matilda  Miss,  res  807  Brush 

Fountain  Nettie  Miss,  res  416  Birnie 

Fountain  Selma  Miss,  res  416  Birnie 

Fountain  W  H  Capt,  res  807  Brush 

Four  Mile  House,  William  F  Kline  propr,  San  Leandro  Road 

Fourboldt  Christian,  sailor,  res  96(5  Third 

Fourteenth  Street  Car  Stable,  NW  cor  Center  and  Fourteenth 

Fourteenth    Street   Railroad   Co,  Walter  Blair   pres,  office  522 

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Foute  Annie  Miss,  res  1114  Sixteenth  ave 
Foute  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Foute  Mary  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Foute  M  E  Miss,  res  1114  Sixteenth  ave 
Fonts  Charles,  tanner  C  Lehn,  res  919  East  Twelfth 
Fonts  Samuel  Henry,  laborer,  res  479  East  Tenth 
Fowle  John  A,  compositor  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  309  Third 
Fowler  Annie,  domestic,  633  Fourteenth 

Fowler  D  T,  principal  Prescott  School,  res  1416*  San  Pablo  ave 
FOWLER  GEORGE  H,  apothecary,  1129  Thirteenth  ave 
Fowler  George  H  Jr,  musician,  res  629  East  Fourteenth 
Fowler  James  H,  engineer  California  Jute  Mills,  res  313  Seventh 
Fowler  Jefferson,  cigar  dealer,  S  F,  res  1063  Tenth  ave 
Fowler  John  T,  capitalist,  res  e  s  College  ave  nr  Claremont  ave 
Fowler  Lizzie  F  Mrs,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  141 6 J  San  Pablo 

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Fowler  Nellie  E  Miss,  res  1063  Tenth  ave 
Fowier  Prentiss  U,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  715  Sixteenth 
Fowler  S  A  Mrs,  res  560  Twenty-fourth 
Fowler  Weslev  Mrs,  res  715  Sixteenth 
Fowler  William  F,  musician,  bds  690  Market 
Fowler  William  WT,  res  702  Tenth 

Fox  Albert  S,  student  College  of  Pharmacy,  res  609  Seventeenth 
Fox  Anna  Miss,  bookkeeper  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Alameda 
Fox  Annie  E  Miss,  res  Hotel  Merritt 

FOX  CHARLES  N,  attorney-at-law,  S  F,  res  1057  Market 
Fox  Edw  H,  driver  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  708  Nineteenth 
Fox  Edson  H,  clerk  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  708  Nineteenth 
Fox  Emma  A  Miss,  teacher,  res  708  Nineteenth 
Fox  George  B,  clerk  Fox  &  Kellogg,  res  963  Chester 
Fox  George  W,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1535  Webster 
Fox  Henry  G,  res  967  Fourth  ave 
Fox  H  F   Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  854  Adeline 
Fox  Ida  N,  branch  bakery,  res  1261  San  Pablo  ave 
Fox  Ida  Miss,  res  1057  Market 
Fox  J  E  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  708  Nineteenth 
Fox  John  S,  janitor  Cole  School,  res  261  Twelfth 
Fox  Joseph,  painter,  res  Park  nr  Ettie 
Fox  Joseph,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  908  Third 


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Fox  Lawrence,  plumber,  1261  San  Pablo  ave 

Fox  L  E  Mrs,  res  1409  Franklin 

Fox  Mary  Miss,  res  572  Tenth 

Fox  Michael,  res  Park  nr  Ettie 

Fox  Michael  Jr,  glazier,  res  Park  nr  Ettie 

Fox  Robert  O,  master  mariner,  res  1416  Eleventh 

Fox  W  F,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  854  Adeline 

Fox  William  B,  vineyardist,  res  967  Fourth  ave 

Foy  Annie  V  Miss,  res  1443  Seventh 

Foy  Catherine  Mrs,  res  908  East  Sixteenth 

Foy  Charles,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  908  East  Sixteenth 

Foy  Martin,  res  1014  Ninth  ave 

Foy  Mollie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res*1217*Cy- 

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Foye  Birdie  A,  res  369  East  Seventeenth 
Foye  Fred,  clerk  Smallman  &  Co,  res  568  East  Fourteenth 
Foye  Martin,  section  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1014  Ninth  ave,JEast 

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Foye  William  H  Sr,  supt  Pacific  Agricultural  Co,  res  369  East 

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Foye  William  H  Jr,  compositor  East  Oakland  News,  res  369  East 

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Frae  Rosa,  housekeeper,  res  822  Linden 
Fraeser  Fred,  yardmaster  S  P  Co,  res  821  Market 
Frages  Freeman,  deck  hand  Oakland  ferry  boats,  res  416  Third 
France  Henry  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1039  Linden 
France  J  K,  physician,  1039  Linden 
France  Louis  N,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1039  Linden 
France  Robert  L,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1039  Linden 
Frances  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1079  Twenty-second  ave 
Frances  Manuel,  mariner,  res  218  Helen 
Frances  R  C,  barber,  469  Ninth 
Francis  Albert,  laborer,  res  Areata  House 
Francis  Annie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Francis    Emilie,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  Helen  nr 

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Francis  Frank,  grocer  J  E  Rafael,  res  1847  Grove 
Francis  Fred,  res  1016  West 

Francis  George  G,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1227  Third  ave 
Francis  Henry  L,  merchant,  S  F,  res  914  Peralta 
Francis  John  W,  painter  L  &  R  Francis,  res  822  Twenty-second 
Francis  Joseph,  laborer,  res  Watts  Tract 
Francis  Joseph  T,  carpenter,  res  1640  Myrtle 
Francis  Loftus  (  L  &  R  Francis)  res  822  Twenty-second 
Francis  L  &  R  (Robert  and  Loftus)  painters,  822  Twenty-second 
Francis  M,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Francis  Robert  (L  &  R  Francis)  res  822  Twenty-second 
Francis  S  Mrs,  res  1016  West 


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Francisco  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Francisco  Abrao,  tanner  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  1009  East 
Twenty-second 

Francisco  Daniel,  res  cor  Thirty  ninth  and  Grove,  Temescal 

Franck  Charles,  agt  P  B  lager  beer,  res  820  Magnolia 

Frank  Cathrena  Mrs,  res  w  s  Nineteenth  ave  bet  Fourteenth  and 
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Frank  Charles,  gardener,  opp  Lake  Merritt 

Frank  Charles,  stove  fixer,  421  and  423  Sixth 

Frank  Clem,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  454  East  Eleventh 

Frank  Clemens,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 

Frank  Fred,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Frank  Manuel,  laborer,  res  w  s  Nineteenth  ave  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  East  Fifteenth 

Frank  Theodore,  carriages  and  carriage  trimmer,  373  Tenth,  res 
NW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Washington 

Franke  George,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 

Franke,  Lewis  &  Co  (Rudolph  Franke,  William  Lewis  and  Mar- 
cus Harris)  Oakland  Pickle  Factory  and  Vinegar  Works, 
1622  Grove 

Franke  Rudolph  (Franke,  Lewis  &  Co)  res  1789  Grove 

Franke  Theresa,  res  1824  William 

Franklin  Albert,  porter  Pacific  Mail  Steamship  Co,  S  F,  res  813 
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Franklin  Max  J  (George  Greens weig  &  Co)  res  1311  San  Pablo  ave 

Franklin  School,  J  H  Sumner  principal,  Tenth  ave  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Frantz  J  M  (Burrell  &  Frantz)  res  1670  Valdez 

Franz  Clara  S  Miss,  res  1102  Myrtle 

Franz  Max,  steward,  res  Kelsey  House 

Fraser  David  M,  carpenter,  res  1422  Linden 

Fraser  Hugh,  carriage  maker,  res  963  Castro 

Fraser  Hugh  W,  atty-at-law,  res  316  East  Tenth 

Fraser  Isabella  R  Mrs,  commission  agt,  232  Twelfth 

Fraser  James,  teacher,  res  372  East  Eleventh 

Fraser  Julia  Miss,  res  916  Myrtle 

Fraser  Malcomb.  res  232  Twelfth 

Fraser  Samuel  W,  carpenter,  bds  305  Third 

Fraser  Thomas  Rev,  clergyman  (Presbyterian)  res  916  Myrtle 

Fraser  Thomas  T,  insurance,  S  F,  res  316  East  Tenth 

Fraser  Walter  H,  student  University  of  California,  res  305  Third 

Fraser  William  G,  salesman  Stevenson  &  Longwell,  S  F,  res  316 
East  Tenth 

Frasier  Alice  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1361  Tenth 

Fratas  Joseph,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  236  Harlan 

Fraternity  Hall,  Eiben  &  Nor  proprs,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 

F raters  George,  blacksmith,  res  San  Leandro  Road 

Frates  A  L  Mrs,  res  226  Hollis 


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Prates  Anton,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  121  Hollis 

Frates  Frank,  laborer,  res  451  B 

Frates  Frank,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  121  Hollis 

F rates  Joseph,  laborer,  res  864  East  Twenty-first 

Frates  Joseph,  laborer,  res  668  East  Sixteenth 

Frates  Joseph  A,  cabinet  maker,  res  236  Harlan 

Frates  Joseph  A,  operator  and  agt  D  &  R  G  R  R,  res  121   Hollis 

Frates  Lawrence  J,  deck  hand  Sacramento  boat,  res  864  East 
Twenty-first 

Frates  Mateo,  laborer,  res  218  Hollis 

Fratis  Mary  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Fratus  Sabina,  laborer,  res  416  Third 

Frauneder  Leopold,  machinist  and  mfr  ornamental  iron  works, 
411  Tenth,  res  1462  Telegraph  ave 

Fraynor  Timothy,  employe  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
571  Third 

Frazer  D  Y,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  821  Market 

Frazer  Hugh,  carriage  making  and  blacksmithing,  1008  Franklin, 
res  963  Castro 

Frazer  Robert,  ship  carpenter,  res  1102  Wood 

Freas  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1603  Third 

Fredenburg  J  (Michigan  Furniture  Co)  res  868  Twentieth 

FREDERICK  &  ARTH  (Jacob  Frederick  and  George  V  Arth) 
proprietors  Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory,  SE  cor  Webster 
and  Tenth 

Frederick  Jacob  (Frederick  &  Arth)  res  569  Sixteenth 

Frederick  John  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  933  Peralta 

Frederick  Leonard,  mining,  res  1076  East  Twenty-fourth 

Frederick  Louis  F,  painter,  325  Tenth,  res  356  Tenth 

Fredericks  Jacob  M,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Oakland  House 

Fredericksburg  Lager  Beer,  F  W  Stromberg  agt,  372  Eleventh 

Fredericksen  William,  captain  steamer  Transit,  res  516  East  Six- 
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FREDRIKSON  J  G  (Frodrikson  &  Mann^  res  20  Maple 

FREDRIKSON  &  MANN  (J  G  Fredrikson  and  William  Mann) 
planing  mill,  515  Fourth 

Free  Baptist  Church,  SE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 

Free  Henry,  bartender,  res  857  Peralta 

Free  Kindergarten,  Miss  Abbie  Houseman  teacher,  659J  Broad- 
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Free  Library  and  Free  Reading  Rooms  of  Oakland,  S  H  Melvin 
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Freeman  A  A  Mrs,  res  1270  Kirkham 

Freeman  A  G,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1137  Linden 

Freeman  Charles,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 

Freeman  C  J  Mrs,  res  1467  San  Pablo  ave 

Freeman  C  M  Miss,  physician,  res  1467  San  Pablo  ave 

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Freeman  D  S,  special  agt  California  Insurance  Co,  970  Broadway, 

res  1001  Center 
Freeman  Eliza,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 
Freeman  E  M  Capt,  port  agt  pilot,  S  F,  res  1019  Linden 
Freeman  James  E,  civil  engineer,  S  F,  res  564  Eleventh 
Freeman  Laura  Miss,  res  1467  San  Pablo  ave 
Freeman  Magnus,  tailor,  S  F,  res  22  Maple 
Freeman  Mary  Mrs,  grocer,  res  1270  Kirkham 
Freeman  Nettie  B  Miss,  teacher,  res  564  Eleventh 
Freeman  S  P  Mrs,  res  564  Eleventh 

Freeman  Thomas,  salesman  Max  Greenhood,  res  1017  Broadway 
Freeman  William,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 
Free  Market,  e  s  Clay  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Freese  L  Mrs,  physician,  res  906  Broadway 
Freese  William,  clerk  J  Tillman,  res  809  Jackson 
Free  Will  Baptist  Church,  cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 
Freeze  Louis,  dish  washer  Alta  House 
Freid  Bella  Miss,  domestic,  813  Franklin 

Freidman  L,  boots  and  shoes,  919  Broadway,  res  226  Twelfth 
Freils  Dedrich  G,  wharf  man  S  P  Co,  res  1617  Fifteenth 
Freitas  John  S,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co  • 

Freling  Elise,  dressmaker,  res  539  Nineteenth 
French  Agnes  Miss,  res  1664  Broadway 
French  Alice  Miss,  res  NW  cor  Thirty -seventh  and  Market 
French  Annie  T  Miss,  res  1405  Brush 
French  Asa  T,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  815  Jackson 
French  Charles  W,  druggist,  975  Washington 
French  Earl  B,  contractor,  res  1664  Broadway 
French  Florence  J,  res  1244  Adeline 
French  H,  clerk  Petar  &  Dresco 
French  A  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  854  Adeline 
French  H  Robert,  bookkeeper,  res  2234  Andover 
French  Jane  Mrs,  res  723  Linden 
French  John  D,  mfg  agt,  S  F,  res  1244  Adeline 
French  John  L,  dry   goods   and   groceries,  cor    San    Pablo   and 

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FRENCH  LAUNDRY,  Peter  Calou  proprietor,  690  Twenty-ninth 
French  Louisa  Miss,  res  723  Linden 
French  Mary  E  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  723  Linden 
French  William,  S  F,  res  867  Peralta 
Frese  John  L,  res  1870  Seventh 
Frese  L  Mrs,  res  906  Broadway,  rms  13  and  14 
Freuler  John,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  NE  cor  Mono  ave  and  McCall 
Freuler  Mary,  servant,  1160  Eighth 
Frevoy  D  S,  carpenter  S  P  Co 
Frey  Gustavus  J,  asphaltum  roofer,  res  1415  Tenth 
Frey  John,  jeweler,  1768  Seventh,  res  947  Wood 


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Frey  Julius,  architect,  res  651  Myrtle 

Frick  Edward,  res  1053  Ninth  ave 

Frick  Emile,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1053  Ninth  ave 

Frick  G  W,  farmer,  res  668  Thirty-fourth 

Fricksted  T  T  Rev,  res  666  Tenth 

Fricot  E  J  Mrs,  res  1426J  San  Pablo  ave 

Fricot  May  Miss,  res  1426  J  San  Pablo  ave 

Fried  Moses,  clerk  A  Peres,  res  Bushell  House 

Friedbtrg  Elias,  compositor,  S   F,  res  s  s  Forty-fourth  nr   Tele- 
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Friedman  Alfred,  glovemaker,  res  325  Ninth 

Friedman  D,  peddler,  res  360  Second 

Friedman  D,  peddler,  res  360  Fourth 
riedman  Louis,  Arcade  Boot  and  Shoe  Store,  919  Broadway,  res 
226  Twelfth 

Friend  Deidama  Mrs,  res  846  Seventeenth 

Friend  W,  grocer,  res  1310  Market 

Friend  William  N,  collector,  res  971  West 

Friend  William  H,  cashier  Sun  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  971  West 

Frierson  W  J,  farmer,  res  1530  Broadway 

Fries  Hat  tie  C  Miss,  stenographer  and  type  writer,  res  577  Eighth 

Fries  Robert  G,  draughtsman  William  H  Weilbye,  res  577  Eighth 

Frink  Ledyard,  capitalist,  res  1220  Grove 

Frisbie  C  E,  electrotyper  Pacific  Press,  res  725  Eleventh 

Frisby  David,  house  cleaner,  res  1654  Telegraph  ave 

Fritz  Charley,  house  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  409  Thirteenth 

Fritz  John  Silver,  laborer,  res  960  East  Twentieth 

Fritzoe  Martias,  laborer,  res  113  Hannah 

Fritzschen  Herman  B,  saloon,  S  F,  res   NW    cor    Sixteenth  and 
Peralta 

Frivolett  Barney,  bootblack,  S  F,  res  1642  Union 

Frodahl  Annie,  domestic  Edson  Adams 

Froebel.  Kindergarten,  Mrs  L  A  Balch  principal,  1316  Adeline 

Frohn  Gertrude  Miss,  saleslady,  908  Broadway,  res  271  Eighth 

Frome  Augustus,  longshoreman,  S  F,  res  865  Cedar 

Fronk  George  M,  coroner,  res  Willson  House 

Fronk  George,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 

Frontier  P,  lapidary,  S  F,  res  763  Webster 

Frost  Andrew,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 

Frost  Andrew  N,  carpenter,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  County  Road 

Frost  B  P  Mrs,  canvasser,  res  508J  Fifteenth 

Frost  C  S,  carpenter,  res  1523  Eighth  ave 

Frost  E  P  Miss,  res  508i  Fifteenth 

Frost  J  W,  S  F,  res  Blake  House 

Frost  M,  night  engineer  Samm  &  Co,  res  West  Oakland 

Frost  Maria  Mrs,  res  Clinton  House 

Frost  Martha  F  Mrs,  res  Clinton  House 

Frost  Peter,  lumberman,  res  362  Third 


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Frost  R  N  Mis,  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Watson  ave 

Frost  W  E,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  872  Henry 

Frost  William  H,   fuel  agt   Narrow   Gauge   Railroad,   res    1519 

Eighth  ave 
Frost  William  I,    laborer   Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,   res   509 

East  Fourteenth 
Fruit  and  Flower  Mission,  Miss  Eva  Lukins  treas,  1375  Broadway 
Fruit  Vale  Hospital,  Dr  P  W  Poulson  propr,   cor  Fruit  Yale  ave 

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Fruit  Vale  Villa,  John  C  Kennedy  propr,  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East 

Fourteenth 
Frukana  George,  gardener,  res  802  AJice 
Fry  F  W,  atty-at-law,  906  Broadway,  res  1744  Linden 
Fry  Henry,  carriage  mfr,  1362  San  Pablo  ave,  red  1744  Linden 
Fry   Willis  B,  mgr    Singer    Manufacturing    Co,   S    F,   res   513 

Nineteenth 
Frye  Jesse,  carpenter,  res  710  Webster 
Fryer  John  A,  capitalist,  res  Julia  nr  East  Sixteenth 
Fuairholt  S,  laborer  Oregon  Improvement  Co,  res  Filbert  nr  Third 
Fucha  Bertha  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  462  Twelfth 
Fuchs  August,  with  Philip  Fuchs,  res  1167  Center 
Fuchs  Philip,  wood  and  coal,  1165  and  1167  Center 
Fugel  Hugo,  bartender  C  H  Kucks  &  Co,  res  1307  Jefferson 
Fuller  A  A,  with  W  A  Rouse  &  Co,  res  488  Twenty-fifth 
Fuller  Amos  L,  teacher,  res  416  East  Fifteenth 
Fuller  Benjamin. B,  res  1833  Linden 
Fuller  Charles  H,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  762  Alice 
Fuller  Emerson,  canvasser  A  L  Bancroft  &  Co,  res  416  East  Fif- 
teenth 
Fuller  Flora  Miss,  res  1060  Third  ave 
Fuller  Hinds,  city  agt  Fireman's  Fund    Insurance   Co,    res   577 

Thirty-fifth 
Fuller  J  S,  painter,  res  1319  Kirkham 
Fuller  R  A,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1409  Twelfth 
Fuller  William,  laborer,  res  669  Adeline 
Fuller  William,  stoves  and  ranges  repaired,  res  1104  Wood 
Fullmer  L  D,  commercial  traveler,  S  F,  ivs  909  Peralta 
Fulton  C  M,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1468  Grove 
Fulton  Edwin,  binder  Pacific  Press,  res  719  Eleventh 
Fulton  Samuel,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1162  Seventh 
Fulton  John  A,  carpenter,  r*es  w  s  First  ave  nr  Humboldt 
Fulton  &  Miller  (Miss  N  Fulton  and  Miss  M  E  Miller)  dressmakers, 

582  East  Twelfth 
Fulton  Nettie  B  Miss  (Fulton  &  Miller),  res  602  East  Fifteenth 
Fultz  Elizabeth,  domestic,  872  Twentieth 
Funder  Peter,  second  mate  steamer  Transit,  res  1813  Union 
Fung  Ty  &  Co,  fancy  goods,  905  Washington 
Furcate  J  B,  butcher,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Crawford 


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Furgason  Charles  H,  heater  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  872  Henry 

Furguson  Libbie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Nucleus  House 

Furlong  J  N,  photographer,  res  120  East  Fourteenth 

Furlong  John,  stevedore,  res  617  Magnolia 

Furnas  John  S,  bakery,  1117  Thirteenth 

Furniss  C  B,  civil  engineer,  res  Newland  House 

Furniss  Miles,  proprietor  Alta  House,  901 J  Washington 

Furniss  Restaurant,  Miles  Furniss  propr,  901  Washington 

Furry  George  H,  painter,  res  850  Jones 

Furst  Herman,  clothing,  901  Broadway,  res  361  Tenth 

Fuss  Elizabeth,  domestic,  res  872  Twentieth 

Gabby  Dora  Miss,  domestic,  1429  Franklin 

Gaber  John,  tailor,  res  270  Seventh 

Gabey  Nettie,  domestic  Brunswick  House 

Gabriel  Gill,  employe  Peterson's  Lumber  Yard,  res  1312  Sixth  ave 

Gachan  — ,  res  Winters  Hotel 

Gaeth  Fred,  laborer  Oakland  Pickle  Factory,  res  1789  Grove 

Gaffke  E,  cigarmaker  Robert  Kuerzel,  res  S  F 

Gaffney  Bridget,  domestic,  318  East  Seventeenth 

Gaffney  John  H,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Gaffney  Maria,  domestic,  1123  Filbert 

Gagan  E  W  Mrs,  res  1215  Jefferson 

Gage  Ada  I  Mrs,  proprietor  Graystone  House,  418  Twelfth 

Gage  David  T,  capitalist,  res  571  Caledonia 

Gage  Harold  J,  framemaker    Whittier,    Fuller   &     Co,    res   418 

Twelfth 
Gage  Jefferson,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  806  Wood 
Gage  John  W,  sea,  captain,  res  520  Twenty-fifth 
Gage  Mabel,  domestic  Julius  Meyers,  SE  cor  Franklin  and  Fourth 
Gage  Stephen  T,  asst  pres  S  P  Co,  res  1300  Harrison 
Gage  William,  gardener,  res  1568  Webster 

Gage  William  E,  second  mate  steamer  Alki,  res  520  Twenty-fifth 
Gager  E  M  Mrs,  res  610  Twelfth 

Gager  George  L,  tinsmith  M  De  La  Montanya,  res  1011  Seventh 
Gagerino  Etare,  grocer,  SW  cor  Filbert  and  Seventh 
Gaggiona  Jules,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gannon  Joseph  A.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  363  First 
Gahagen  Vincent  J,  blacksmith  James  Galvin,  res  1236  Broadway 
Gaillard  Charles,  clerk  La  Societe  Francaise  D'Epargnes   et  De 

Prevoyance  Mutuelle,  S  F,  res  929  Poplar 
Gaines  C,  teller  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  Berkeley 
Gaines  Henry,  bootblack,  res  856  Broadway 
Gaines  James,  laborer,  res  724  Chester 
Gaines  John,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Gaines  Katie,  mangier  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  724  Chester 
Gaines  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  724  Chester 


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Gaines  Annie,  res  1416  Eighteenth 

Gainsforth  A  Mrs,  domestic,  res  1128  Filbert 

Gaitens  James,  harness  cleaner  P  Pumyea,  res  470  Seventh 

Galarte  Jose,  laborer,  res  1251  Fifteenth  ave 

Galarte  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1251  Fifteenth  ave 

Galavan   James,   plumber  and  foreman  Engine   No    3,  Oakland 

Fire  Department,  1512  Seventh,  res  1378  Eighth 
Galbraith  Alma  J  Miss,  teacher  Oakland  High  School,   res  1218 

San  Pablo  ave 
Galbraith  James,  clerk,  res  809  Henry 

Galbraith  W  A,  teacher  Oakland  High  School,  res  961  Washington 
Gale  George  L,  contractor,  res  518  East  Twelfth 
Galena   Francisco,    teacher    Spanish   Oakland  Business  College, 

1015  Clay 
Gabger  James,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Galenda  Jeremiah,  moulder,  res  361  Fifth 
Galenda   Maggie  Mrs,   employe  California  Jute  Mills,  res    361 

Fifth 
Galindo  An  tone,  laborer,  res  661  Grove 
Galindo  F  L,  carriage  painter,  res  617  Fifth 
Galindo  Frank,  Telegraph  ave  beyond  Fifty-first 
Galindo  Hotel,  Benjamin   Wright  propr,    Eighth  bet  Broadway 

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Galindo  Nasario,  res  617  Fifth 

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rando  &  Briones  proprietors,  411  Eighth 
Gallagher  B  Mrs,  lace  dealer,  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Telegraph  ave 

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Gallagher  Bernard,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  427  Hawthorne  ave  • 
Gallagher  C  E,  Oakland  &  S  F  Transfer  Co,  res  658  Twenty-first 
Gallagher  Daniel  (Crist,  Gallagher  &  Co)  East  Oakland  Planing 

Mills,  res  1431  Filbert 
Gallagher  Harry,  res  s  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Gallagher  James,  res  Golden  Eagle  House 
Gallagher  James,  stone  mason,  res  s  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Gallagher  John,  clerk  Neil  Gallagher,  res  1718  Telegraph  ave 
Gallagher  John,  capitalist,  res  768  Seventh 
Gallagher  Mary  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gallagher  Michael,  grocer,  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Linden,  res  742  Lin- 
den 
Gallagher  Michael,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Gallagher  Neil,  groceries,  1722  Telegraph  ave 
Gallagher  Nora  Miss,  dish  washer  P  Walsh,  res  415  Seventh 
Gallagher  P,  plumber,  res  209  Third 
Gallagher  Patrick,  laborer,  res  742  Linden 
Gallagher  Stephen,  expressman,  res  s  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Grove 
Gallagher  Thomas,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  s   s 
Spring  nr  Adeline 


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Gallagher  Thomas,  apprentice  S  P  Co,  res  427  Hawthorne 
Gallagher   Timothy,  with    Neil    Gallagher,    res    1722  Telegraph 

ave 
Gallagher's  Transfer  Co,  Charles  Gallagher,  stand  NVV  cor  Eighth 

and  Broadway,  office  T/07  Broadway 
Gallagher  William,  turner  East  Oakland    Planing  Mills,   res   615 

East  Sixteenth 
Gallant  Julia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  124  Louise 
Gallant  Mary  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  124  Louise 
Gallant  Peter,  carpenter,  res  124  Louise 

Gallen  Bessie,  spinner  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  816  Linden 
Galleway  Josie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  Nucleus  House 
Gallin  Fred  J,  carpenter,  res  1419  Ninth 
Gallin  John  F,  carpenter,  res  1419  Ninth 
Gallmann  Jacob  F,  carriage  painter  Sohst  Bros,  res  758  Fifth 
Galloway  James  D,  ship  joiner  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Gallup  Ida  Miss,  student,  res  554  East  Sixteenth 
Galvin  James,  carriage  and  wagon  maker  and  horseshoeing,   511 

and  513  Fourteenth,  res  494  Twenty-fifth 
Gamble  Charlotta  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Gamble  Fritz,  employe  C  P  Co,  res  Hillside,  Piedmont 
Gamble  George,  res  Hillside,  Piedmont 
Gamble  Henry,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Gamble  James  (Woodward  &  Gamble)  res  Hillside,  Piedmont 
Gamble  John,  laborer,  res  1070  East  Eighteenth 
Gamble  Leland,  res  Hillside,  Piedmont 
Gamble  Lottie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1271  Seventh  ave 
Gamble  Mary  Miss,  teacher,  res  Hillside,  Piedmont 
Gamble  Susie,  res  316  East  Tenth 
Gamble  William,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Ganith  Olivo,  fisherman,  res  374  First 
Ganley  Edward,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  705 

Fifth 
Gannon  Dennis,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park,  res  Watts 

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Gannon  Martin,  res  665  East  Twelfth 
Gannon  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  bds  508J  Fifteenth 
Gannon  Rose  A  Mrs,  bds  50&J  Fifteenth 
Ganon  Sarah  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Playter  Block 
Gans  Alphonse,  laundry  man   Contra  Costa   Laundr}^    res  1635 

Magnolia 
Gans  B  D,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gansberg  Henry,  shoemaker  F  Senram  &  Co,  res  912  Harrison 
Garabrant  Chas,   machinist  Oakland  Gas  Light  Co,  res  663  Alice 
Garabrant  Orville,  bookkeeper,  res  805  Castro 
Garcelon  C  M  Mrs,  res  1213  Madison 
Garcelon  Harvey,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  1456  Ninth 
Garcelon  Horace  F,  clerk  Davis  Bros,  S  F,  res  1456  Ninth 


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Garcia  Adolpho,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  Merced  ave  nr 

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Garcia  Alfred,  laborer,  res  s  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Garcia  Angela  Mrs,  res  Merced  ave  nr  Shattuck  ave 
Garcia  &  Bernard  (Frank  Garcia   and  Joseph  Bernard)    barbers, 

627  East  Twelfth 
Garcia   de   Rosa  Anton,    yardman    Puget   Sound    Lumber    Co, 

res  cor  Twenty-first  ave  and  East  Eighteenth 
Garcia  Frank  (Garcia  &  Bernard)  res  871  East  Fifteenth 
Garcia  Frank,  laborer,  res  s  s  Thirty-ninth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

Grove 
Garcia  Frank  R,  barber  Garcia  &  Bernard,  res  627  East  Twelfth 
Garcia  John,  laborer,  res  422  B 
Garcia  Lucien,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  s  s  Thirty-ninth 

nr  Telegraph  ave 
Gard  H  N  (H  N  Gard  &  Co)  res  1021  Twelfth 
Gard  H  N>  &  Co  (H  N  Gard  and   J  C  Knickrem)  paper  dealers, 

1153  Washington 
Gard  Nicholas,  miner,  res  1021  Twelfth 
Gardener  Clara  Mrs,  res  2210  Andover 

Gardener  George,  carriage  washer  G  Hunt,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Gardener  M  E  Miss,  milliner  Jones'  Bazar,  res  577  Thirty-fourth 
Gardiner  A  B  Mrs,  res  316  Tenth 

Gardiner  Anna  L  Mrs,  teacher  painting,  res  528  Jones 
Gardiner  Anwyl  O,  painter  James  T  Gardiner,  res  378  Ninth 
Gardiner  Charles  H,  clerk,  S  F,  res  830  East  Fifteenth 
Gardiner  George,  employe  Juclson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union 
Gardiner  G  0  Mrs,  res  860  Clay 

Gardiner  James  T,  (Torry,  Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res  524  Jones 
Gardiner  James  T,  house  and  sign  painter,  1008  Franklin,  res  378 

Ninth 
Gardiner  James  Todd  Jr,  painter  James  T  Gardiner,  res  378  Ninth 
Gardiner  Richard  P  M,  painter  James  T  Gardiner,  res  378  Ninth 
Gardiner  Robert  K,  clerk,  S  F,  res  830  East  Fifteenth 
Gardiner  Thomas,  journalist,  res  830  East  Fifteenth 
Gardiner  Thomas  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  853  East  Fifteenth 
Gardner  Mrs,  res  919  Jefferson 
Gardner  Cornelia  Miss,  saleslady,  952  Broadway 
Gardner  Cornelia  Mrs,  agt   S  T  Taylor's  system  of  dress  cutting, 

952  Broadway 
Gardner  Francis,  employe  Taylor's  Lumber  Yard,  res  653  Washing- 
ton 
Gardner  George  P,  laborer,  res  Saunders  nr"  Adeline 
Gardner  Henry  R,  millwright,  res  1422  Sixth  ave 
Gardner  Hiram  S,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1314  Eighth 
Gardner  Leonora  Mrs,  res  1901  Broadway 
Gardner  M  E  Miss,  milliner,  res  577  Thirty-fifth 


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Gardner  Robert,  land  agt,  S  F,  res  463  East  Eleventh 

Garfield  Isaac,  carpenter,  res  468  Edwards 

Garfield  Public  School,  Mrs  Ellen  Gibbs  principal,  cor  Twenty- 
third  ave  and  East  Sixteenth 

Garibal  Emile,  restaurant,  623  East  Twelfth,  res  S  F 

Garibaldi  Giacomo,  blasting  tunnels,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet 
Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 

Garibaldi  J,  French  cook,  res  1554  Telegraph  ave 

Garibaldi  Jose,  quarry  man,  res  Temescal 

Garibaldi  Joseph,  blasting  tunnels,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet 
Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 

Garland  Charles  W  (Garland  Manufacturing  Co)  res  1901  Broad- 
way 

Garland  Manufacturing  Co  (Ezra  Beale)  mfrs  sewer  traps,  1901 
Broadway 

Garlick  Etha  F  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1016  Four- 
teenth 

Garlick  Etha  F  Mrs,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1016  Four- 
teenth 

Garlick  Joshua  P,  principal  Cole  School,  res  1016  Fourteenth 

Garlland  James,  carding  foreman  California  Jute  Mills 

Garmanus  David,  clerk  Leopold  Meyer,  res  1418  Eighth 

Garms  P,  S  F,  res  1416  Eighteenth 

Garnar    George  T,  with  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  729   Harrison 

Garner  George,  butcher,  720  Harrison 

Garner  G  T,  tinsmith  Burtchael  &  Crowley,  res  720  Harrison 

Garner  Henry  (Garner  &  Son)  res  720  Harrison 

Garner  Henry  W  (Garner  &  Son)  res  720  Harrison 

Garner  &  Son  (Henry  and  Henry  W)  meat  market,  921  Webster 

Garnett  J  H  Rev,  pastor  Brooklyn  Baptist  Church,  res  378  East 
Fifteenth 

Garon  Louis  G,  saloon,  553  Broadway 

Garrelle  Ducio,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Garrelli  Peter,  quarryman,  res  Temescal 

Garreson  F  Mis,  res  815  Twentieth 

Garrett  Cora  L  Miss,  res  513  Fifth 

Garrett  D  Mrs,  res  1212  Seventh 

Garrett  Richard,  clerk  J  W  Fleming,  res  513  Fifth 

Garrett  Richard  M,  clerk,  res  2013  Brook 

Garrety  John,  laborer,  res  1561  Fifth 

Garrison  William  A,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1517  Eighth 

Garrity  Sarah  Mrs,  grocery,  res  1924  San  Pablo  ave 

Garsiglia  J  A,  clerk,  res  Lester  House 

Garst  Horace,  commercial  traveler,  res  578  Fifteenth 

Garter  Fred,  barber,  res  856  Broadway   - 

Garthorne  George  H.  agt  American  Biscuit  Co,  S  F,  res  1023 
Chester 

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Garthwaite  H  P,  Pacific  Oil  and  Lead  Works,  S  F,  res  Fairmont 

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Garthwaite  William  W,  cashier  Oakland  Bank  of    Savings,  res 

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Gartland  James,  laborer,  res  372  East  Eleventh 
Gartner  Fred  W,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1911  Filbert 
Garvan  Cornelius,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  742  Peralta 
Gar  van  James  C,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1616  Taylor 
Garver  K,  waiter  Moca  Restaurant,  res  910  Clay 
Garvey  Elizabeth  E,  res  821   Chester 
Garvey  James  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  John  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Lizzie  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Patrick,  boiler  maker,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Thomas,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Thomas,  stock  inspector  S  P  Co,  res  802  Willow 
Garvey  Thomas  F,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvin  B  C  Mrs,  res  1611  Thirteenth  ave 
Garvin  Con,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  742  Peralta 
Garvin  James,  produce  merchant,  S  F,  res  950  Brush 
Garvin  John  J,  seaman,  res  829  Castro 
Garvin  Paul,  drawing  professor,  res  815  Thirty-fifth 
Gaskill  D  W  C,  capitalist,  res  1395  Harrison 
Gaskill  Herbert  D,  salesman  E  F  Delger,  res  1395  Harrison 
£3  §   Gaskill  Rollin  C,  agt  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  NW  cor   Washington 
and  Twelfth,  res  573  Fifteenth 
Gaskill  V  W,  asst  sec  S  P  C  Co,  S  F,  res  813  Twenty-seventh 
Gasner  Pauline,  domestic,  274  Twenty-third 
Gaspar  Augustus,, laborer  E  M  Derby  &  Co,  res  916  East  Six- 
teenth 
Gaspard  Edward,    hotel  and  restaurant,  829  East  Twelfth 
Gass  Edwin  D,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  566  East  Twelfth 
Gass  Frank,  brakeman,  res  566  East  Twelfth 
Gass  George,  special  police  officer,  res  621  East  Fourteenth 
Gass  Laura  Mrs,  res  566  East  Twelfth 
Gass  Louis  A,  with  H  H  Colby,  res  566  East  Twelfth 
Gast  Fred,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  West  Berkeley 
Gaston  Hirland  B,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1227  Eleventh  ave 
q|   I  Gates  Alva,  livery  stable,  411  Thirteenth 
Gates  Annie,  res  366  East  Sixteenth 
Gates  Arthur,  res  West  Oakland  Hotel 
Gates  Nettie  Miss,  bds  1140  Myrtle 

Gates  Sophia  B  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1140  Myrtle 
Gates  S  B  Mrs,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  bds  1140  Myrtle 
Gatewood  J  M,  res  1112  East  Sixteenth 

Gatter  Fred,  barber,  cor  Seventh  and  Broadway,  res  463  Sixth 
Gatter  Michael,  shoemaker,  463  Sixth 

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Gatther  Jacob,  boot  cutter, 
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Gauge  William,  gardener,  res  458  Twenty-first 

Gaughran    Mary    Mrs,   res   Twenty-second   bet    Broadway  and 

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Gaulene  C  C,  barkeeper  W  M  Watson,  res  625  East  Twelfth 
Gaulene  Hy polite,  saloon  keeper,  res  671  East  Seventeenth 
Gaunce  E  R,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1164  Peralta 
Gaunce   Frank  M,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  1014 

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Gaunce  R  L,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1275  Twelfth  ave 
Gaunce  Robert  L,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1275  Twelfth  ave 
Gaunce  Ross,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1164  Peralta 
Gaunce  S  Mrs,  res  1014  Wood 
Gavazza  Baptista,  bootmaker,  407  Seventh 
Gavica  A  R  Mrs,  res  468  Fifth 

Gavin  John,  fireman  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  660  Magnolia 
Gawley  R  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1009  Franklin 
Gay  Carrie  Miss,  res  858  Myrtle 
Gay  David,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  134  Hannah 
Gay  Lulu  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Gay  Robert,  res  853  Myrtle 
Gay  W,  firewood,  foot  of  Grove,  Water  Front 
Gayler  Percy  L,  machinist  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,   res  131 

Hollis 
Gazave  James,  carpenter,  res  373  First 
Gazzalo,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  970  Peralta 
Geagan  Philip  J,  laborer,  res  724  Henry 
Gearn  G  C,  commercial  traveler,  res  556  Twenty-first 
Geary  Catharine  Mrs,  res  1713  Adeline 
Geary  Edward  M,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  459 

Sixth 
Geary  H  Kirke,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  cor  Merced  ave  and  Racine 
Geary  John,  laborer,  res  1626  Linden 
Geary  Maurice  E,  nailer    Pacfiic  Iron   and  Nail  Works,    res   459 

Sixth 
Geary  Maurice,  teamster  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  res  459  Sixth 
Geary  Sarah  Mrs,  res  2429  Telegraph  ave 
Geary  Thomas  W,  laborer,  res  1217  Cypress 
Geddes  Alexander  C,  propr  New  York  Bakery,  908  Broadway, 

res  271  Eighth 
Gee  Elizabeth  Mrs,  lodging  house,  362  Tenth 
Gee  Robert  S,  finisher  book  bindery,  S  F,  res  1423  Sixteenth 
Geed  Manuel,  laborer,  res  cor  Twenty-first  ave  and  East  Nineteenth 
Gegar  Philip,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gegax  Conrad  F,  foreman  switch  engine,  res  1465  Fifth 
Gegax  Henry  F,  carpenter,  res  1465  Fifth 
Gehl  Louis,  cigar  maker  A  Kraft,  res  S  F 


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Gehlich  Julius,  joiner  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  2009  East  Four- 
teenth 
Gehlich  J,  cabinet  maker,  res  1164  East  Fourteenth 
Gehr  L  H,  res  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broadway 
Gehring  Erard,  cook,  res  516  Ninth 
Geile  George  H,  laborer,  res  721  E 

Geile  Gideon,  laborer,  res  cor  Thirteenth  ave  and  Thirty-fifth 
Geiser  John,  tinsmith,  res  e  s  Grove  bet  Thirty-sixth  and  Thirty- 
seventh 
Geistenberg  E  Mrs,  nurse,  610  East  Tenth 
Gelardo  Louis,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gelder  David  V,  cigar  maker,  res  828  Eighteenth 
Gelder  Henry,  stripper,  res  1473  San  Pablo  ave 
Gelder  John,  cigar   maker,   1473  San  Pablo  ave,  res  828  Eight- 
eenth 
Gelett  William  D,  civil  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1254  Franklin 
Gelinas  Fred,  bookkeeper,  res  cor  Second  and  Clay 
Gelinas  John  J,  clerk  John  P  Gelinas,  res  1412  San  Pablo  ave 
Gelinas  John  P,  groceries,  1412  San  Pablo  ave 
Gellerson  Hannah  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1364  Tenth 
Gelwicks  D  W  Mrs,  artist,  res  504  Thirteenth 
Gemmell  Stewart  F,  plumber  James  Wilson,  res  869  Filbert 
Gemmell  William,  clerk,  res  869   Filbert 
Genasri  Margheritta  Mrs,  res  760  Franklin  rear 
Gennis  Mary  Mrs,  res  702  East  Twenty-third 
Gens  Arthur,  bartender,  S  F,  res  1110  East  Fourteenth 
Gentry  G  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  504  East  Fifteenth 
Gcntrv  John  W,  engineer  cable  house,  res  684  Twentv-fifth 
Gentry  John  W,  fireman  Oakland  Cable  Co 
Geor<re  Amelia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1621  Sixteenth 
George  Edwin  L,  express,  res  502  Twenty-fourth 
George  E  H  Mrs,  res  East  Twenty-ninth  nr  Fourteenth  ave 
George  Frank,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  705   Campbell 
George  Jose  F,  shoemaker,  res  1621   Sixteenth 
George  Joseph,  barkeeper  George  M  Shreeder,  res  1621  Sixteenth 
George  Joseph,  bootmaker,  1789  Seventh,  res  1621  Sixteenth 
George  Joseph  M,  laborer,  res  1621  Sixteenth 
George  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  705  Campbell 
George  R  H,   cashier  Oakland   Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  814 

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George  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

GEORGE'S  EXCHANGE,  George  Billesbackproprietor,477 Eighth 
Gerald  Carlos,  res  1132  Linden 
Gerber  John,  tailor,  854  Webster,  res  270  Seventh 
Gercken  W  F,  mariner,  res  (>!>4  Brush 
Gerdas  M  Mrs,  res  1313  Eighth 
J  Geregini  Louis,  bootblack,  S  F,  res  1013  Third 
Gergens  Louis,  laborer  L-\nz  Bros,  res  1785  William 


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Gerhard  L,  canvasser,  res  1810  William 

Gerhardt  L,  book  agent,  res  1410  William 

Gerhardy  Henry,  butcher,  res  973  Seventh 

Gerhardy  Julia  Miss,  res  973  Seventh 

Gerhardy  Otto,  sign  painter  V  P  Mitchels,  res  973  Seventh 

Gerhardy  Pauline  Miss,  res  973  Seventh 

Gericke  George,  waiter,  res  460  Seventh 

Gerin  Paul  A,  drawing  teacher  public  schools,  res  815  Thirty -fifth 

Gering  Frederick,  foreman  sugar  refinery,  S  F,  res  958  Campbell 

Gerity  S  Mrs,  groceries  and  liquors,  1924  San  Pablo  ave 

Gerken  Dieterich,  res  1720  Eighth 

Germain  A  F  Mrs,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Stanley 

Germain  Alfred,  carpenter,  res  704  Webster 

Germain  Frank,  dairyman,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Stanley 

Germain  Guy,  dairyman,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Stanley 

Germain  Harry,  dairyman,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Stanley 

Germain  Jennie  Miss,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  Stanley 

German  Mrs,  res  1159  Seventh 

German  American  Insurance  Co,  Strong  &  Co  agts   470  Ninth 

GERMAN  EVANGELICAL  LUTHERAN  ZI0N  CHURCH,  Rev  J 

H  Theiss  pastor,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
German  Insurance  Co  of  Illinois,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broadwav 
GERMAN  LAND  AND  CATTLE  CO,  M  C  Theilmann  secretary, 

123  California,  S  F,  Oakland  office  H  Turn  Suden's  store 
German   Methodist   Episcopal  Church,  Rev  Louis  Kroick  pastor, 

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Germania   Council   No  66,  United   Friends  of   the  Pacific,  Ger- 

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Germania  Hall  Association,  832-836  Webster 
Germanus  David,  dealer  in  European  bonds,  871   Broadwav,  res 

1418  Eighth 
Gernocha  J,  quarry  man,  res  Temescal 
GERNREICH  &  THORNBURGH  (William    Gernreich  and   M  K 

Thornburgh)  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  1476  Eighth 
Gernreich   William  (Gernreich  &  Thornburgh)  res  1476  Eighth 
Gerome  Mary,  res  1605  Third 
Gerrabalda  D,  United  Ancient  Order  of  Druids 
Gerrish  James  L,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  920  Center 
Gerrish  William  J,  clerk,  S  F,  res  920  Center 
Gerry  John  W,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Gertner  F  W,  extraman    Hose  Co  No  2,  Oakland  Fire    Depart- 
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Gestrin  George  W,  laborer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Lynde 
Getchell  &  Black  (Frederick  Getchell  and  E  N  Black)  mfr  agts, 

970  Broadway 
Getchell  F  A  Miss,  res  574  Sycamore 
Getchell  Frederick  (Getchell  &  Black)  res  903  Market 
Getchell  L  R  Mrs,  res  574  Sycamore 


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GETCHELL  RANSOM  N,  coke,  wood  and   coal,  cor  Fourth  and 

Grove,  res  613  Fourth 
Getchell  Sumner  W,  carpenter,  res  738  Myrtle 
Getchell  Winfield  K,  cash  boy,  res  751  Market 
Getchell  Winfield  S,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1035  Chestnut 
Gethsemane  Chapter  No  5,  Rose  Croix  A  and  A  S  Rite,  Masonic 

Temple 
Geurden  Anna,  employe  laundry,  res  1355  Eighteenth 
Ghering  Edward,  cook  Alta  House 

Ghirardelli  Anton  (Ravenna,  Ghirardelli  &  Co,  S  F)  res  920  Third 
Ghirardelli  Domingo,  chocolate  mfr,  S  F,  res  767  Brush 
Ghirardelli  Joseph,  mfr,  res  1064  Twenty-second 
Ghirardelli  Louis,  res  767  Tenth 

Giacometti  B  (Giacometti,  Adamina  &  Co)  res  511  Fourth 
Giacometti  L  (Giacometti,  Adamino  &  Co)  res  511  Fourth 
Giamboni  N  Mrs,  res  1714  Seward 

Gianbuttista  Busalini,  vegetable  peddler,  res  1260  Center 
Giannotti  Alivo,  dish  washer  Barnum's  Restaurant,  res  374  First 
Gibb  A,  carpenter  Towle  &  Broadwell,  res  308  Second 
Gibb  Al,  blacksmith  J  Galvin,  res  West  Berkeley 
Gibb  Archibald,  carpenter,  res  308  Second 
Gibb  Ida  Miss,  res  2175  East  Fourteenth 
Gibbons  Patrick,  groceries,  1473  Seventh 
Gibbs  A  W,  res  680  Thirty-fourth 

Gibbs  Charles  E,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  680  Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs  Ellen  Mrs,  principal  Garfield  School,  res  680  Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs  James  A,  millwright,  S  F,  res  817  Seventeenth 
Gibbs  Josiah  S,  carpenter,  res  1721  Chase 
Gibbs  Ralph,  res  680  Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs  Samuel  L,  crockery,  res  2102  Peralta 
Gibbs  William  C,  adjuster  marine  losses,  res  154  Third 
Gibbs  William  H,  machinist,  res  2102  Peralta 
GIBBS  WILLIAM  T>  horseshoer,    958    Franklin,   res    515    East 

Eleventh 
Gibbs  W  T  Jr,  horseshoer  H  M  Wilson,  res  360  Ninth 
Gibson  Chauncey  W,  grocer,  S  F,  res  229  Twelfth 
Gibson  Edwin  F,  carpenter,  res  489  Prospect  ave 
Gibson  I  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  565  Tenth 
Gibson  John,  machinist,  res  568  East  Twentieth 
Gibson  Julia  Mrs,  res  1112  Alice 
Gibson  Lizzie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gibson  Mary  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gibson  Mary  Miss,  res  569  Thirty-fifth 
Gibson  Wallace  J.,  clerk  M  Alle,  res  565  Tenth 
Gibson  William,  expressman  Sixteenth  Street  Depot,  res    1652 

Fourteenth 
Gidley  J  Mrs,  res  610  Ninth 


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Gieglinger  Arthur,  res  537  Eighteenth 

Gier  Theodore  (Theodore  Gier  &  Bro)  res  853  Adeline 

GIER  THEODORE  &  BRO,  groceries  and  provisions,  NE  cor 
Third  and  Linden 

Gieschen  Emma  M  Miss,  res  Mountain  View  Cemetery 

Gieschen  Henry,  butcher  O  Bemis,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel 

Gieschen  House,  Mrs  S  F  Dodge  propr,  420  Sixth 

Giese  L,  saloon,  S32  Webster 

Giese  Louis,  artist,  res  1751  Seventh 

GIESE  OTTO,  proprietor  West  Oakland  Hall  and  dealer  in 
liquors,  1751  Seventh,  res  same 

Gifford  Edward  L,  salesman  W  W  Montague  &  Co,  S  F,  res  531 
Kennedy 

Gifford  R  W  Capt,  master  mariner,  res  770  Seventeenth 

Gifford  Seymour  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  861  Henry 

Gifford  William  L,  clerk,  861  Henry 

Gifford  William  M,  live  stock  dealer,  res  628  Fourteenth 

Gift  Caroline  H  Mrs,  res  2227  Chestnut 

Gift  Robert  T,  res  2227  Chestnut 

Giggs  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  706  Tenth 

Gilardi  Laura  Mrs,  dressmaker  Mrs  Annie  Evans,  res  1413 
Twelfth 

Gilardi  Mateo,  laundryman,  res  1413  Twelfth 

Gilardin  Alexander  J,  teamster,  res  Old  County  Road  nr  Bray  ave 

Gilardin  Bros  (Victor  and  Constant] ne)  proprs  Laurel  Market, 
1121  Thirteenth  ave 

Gilardin  Constantine  (Gilardin  Bros)  res  1171  Sixteenth  ave 

Gilardin  Eugene,  carpenter,  res  1170  Sixteenth  ave 

Gilardin  Jennie,  finishing  room  Jute  Mills,  res  1170  Sixteenth  ave 

Gilardin  Joseph,  plumber,  res  1170  Sixteenth  ave 

Gilardin  Joseph,  res  814  East  Fourteenth 

Gilardin  Victor  (Gilardin  Bros)  res  East  Fourteenth  bet  Twenty- 
first  and  Twenty-second  aves 

Gilbert  Adrian  A,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1012  Center 

Gilbert  Anna  S  Miss,  teacher  Mills  Seminary,  res  1453  Linden 

Gilbert  Charles  W,  Sterling  Manufacturing  Co,  S  F,  res  1710 
Eighth 

Gilbert  Clarence  H,  bookkeeper,  Galena,  Nevada,  res  1024  Chester 

Gilbert  Ella  M  Miss,  res  1263  Webster- 
Gilbert  Emanuel,  cook  Rooney  &  Jones,  res  S  F 

Gilbert  Emil,  cook,  res  662  Alice 

Gilbert  H,  merchant,  res  866  Twentieth 

Gilbert  Hiram,  res  1453  Linden 

Gilbert  Miranda  R  Mrs,  res  1263  Webster 

Gilbert  William,  confectioner,  923  Broadway 

Gilbertson  John,  agt  S  F  Laundry  Association,  res  594  Thirty- 
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Gilbrook  Mrs,  res  626  Third 


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Gilcrest  Frank  M,  agt  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co,  res  1123 
Linden 

Gilcrest  W  M,  deputy  county  clerk,  res  820  Fifteenth 

Gilder  John,  cigar  maker,  res  828  Eighteenth 

Gilham  Frank  M,  salesman  L  D  Stone,  res  1122  Eighth 

Giliazo  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Grove  and  Thirty-eighth 

Giligan  Nellie  Miss,  domestic,  170  Ninth 

Gill  Mrs,  res  Winters  Hotel 

Gill  &  Donovan  (Edward  Gill  and  William  J  Donovan)  saloon, 
508  Seventh 

Gill  Edward  (Gill  &  Donovan)  res  717  Linden  • 

GILL  EDWARD,  proprietor  Gill's  Nursery,  Twenty-eighth  bet 
Market  and  Adeline 

Gill  Evan,  carpenter,  res  866  Campbell 

Gill  Francis,  res  258  Fifth 

Gill  G,  res  Winters  Hotel 

Gill  H,  carpenter,  res  1528  West 

Gill  James  J,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  258  Fifth 

Gill  John,  track  walker  S  P  Co,  res  717  Linden 

Gill  John,  laborer,  res  613  East  Eleventh 

Gill  John  Jr,  with  Gill  &  Donovan,  res  717  Linden 

Gill  John  F,  news  agt,  res  717  Linden 

Gill  Joseph  T,  jeweler  Shreeve  &  Co,  S  F,  res  717  Linden 

Gill  Mary  C,  housekeeper,  res  258  Fifth 

Gill  William  W,  clerk  E  C  Sessions,  res  54  East  Twelfth 

Gillam  Jefferson  D,  traveling  salesman,  res  670  East  Twenty- 
third 

Gillan  Frank,  collector  Oakland  Times,  res  1014  Webster 

Gillard  Delia,  domestic,  668  Fourteenth 

Gillberg  Niles,  carpenter,  res  865  Henry 

Gillen  M  Mrs,  artist,  res  501  Fifteenth,  East  Oakland 

Gillen  Robert,  clerk  H  Schellhaas,  res  Capitol  Hotel 

Gillespie  Maria,  mender  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  511  Twenty- 
fourth 

Gillespie  Robert,  stock  dealer,  S  F,  res  1016  Twelfth 

Gillespy  John  H,  miner,  res  1362  Seventh 

Gillett  Annie  Mrs  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Oak 

GILLETT  C  E>  secretary  Masonic  Temple  Association,  508 
Twelfth 

Gillette  Felix,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 

Gil  ley  George,  sea  captain,  res  975  Pine 

Gillian  Charles,  hostler  Sackrider  &  Chisholm,  370  Eleventh 

Gilligan  Annie  Miss,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  Daniel,  wiper  S  P  C  R  R,  res  765  Lydia 

Gilligan  Edward,  tinsmith,  bds  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  James,  brass  finisher  City  Brass  Works,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  James,  gardener,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  James,  laborer,  res  426  Third 


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Gilligan  James  Jr,  employe  City  Brass  Works,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  Jane  Miss,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  John  J,  stationery  and  tobacco,  1054  Thirteenth  ave,  res 
604  East  Eleventh 

Gilligan  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  Nellie  Miss,  res  167  Seventh 

Gilligan  Thomas,  tinner  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  167  Seventh 

Gillin  M  Mrs,  artist,  res  501  East  Fifteenth 

Gillis  A  J  (Snyder  &  Gillis)  res  1098  Thirtieth 

Gillmore  John,  employe  R  R  Co,  res  409  Ninth 

GILL'S  NURSERY,  twenty-eighth  bet  Market  and  Adeline 

Gillum  Benjamin  T,  salesman,  res  1920  San  Pablo  ave 

Gillum  Theodore,  insurance  traveler,  res  860  Castro 

Gil  man  Charles  Mrs,  res  170  Ninth 

Gilman  Charles  H  (Gilman  &  Danforth,  S  F)  res  170  Ninth 

Gil  man  Charles  L,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1668  William 

Gilman  Edward,  res  170  Ninth 

Giiman  Edward  Mrs,  res  170  Ninth 

Gilman  Emily  J  Miss,  bookkeeper  Kahn  &  Sons,  res  918  Thirty- 
fourth 

GILMAN  SAMUEL  M,  dentist,  office  hours  9  A  M  to  5  P  M,  1068 
Broadway,  res  462  Prospect  ave 

Gilman  S  J  Mrs,  res  918  Thirty-fourth 

Gilmartin  Charles  M,  teamster,  res  1399  Thirteenth 

Gil  martin  John,  laborer,  res  1399  Thirteenth  • 

Gilmartin  Michael,  teamster  William  O'Brien,  res  1399  Thir- 
teenth 

Gilmartin  Thomas  E,  laborer,  res  1399  Thirteenth 

Gilmore  David,  lumberman,  res  Oakland  House 

Gilmore  Edward,  cashier,  res  863  Twenty-second 

Gilmore  E  Mrs,  res  863  Twenty-second 

Gilmore  George  W,  with  E  Bernheim  &  Co,  res  59  Valley 

Gilmore  J  I,  agt  and  closer  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing  Co, 
res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Gilmore  John,  sewing  machine  agt,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Tel- 
egraph ave  and  Grove 

Gilmore  John  S  (J  S  Gilmore  &  Co)  res  863  Twenty-second 

GILMORE  J  S  &  CO  (J  S  Gilmore)  dry  and  fancy  goods,  SW 
cor  Washington  and  Thirteenth 

Gilmore  M,  laborer,  res  618  Fifth,  rear 

Gilmore  Matilda  Mrs,  res  1723  Linden 

Gilmore  Robert,  horseshoer,  268  Twelfth,  res  1007  Jackson 

Gilmore  S  F,  mining  engineer,  res  1760  San  Pablo 

Gilmore  S  F  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1760  San  Pablo 

Gilmore  Thomas,  special  officer,  res  854  Webster 

Gilmore  Thomas,  laborer,  res  cor  Second  and  Webster 

Gilmore  Thomas,  brakeman  3  P  Co,  res  SW  cor  Webster  and 
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Gilmore  Thomas,  helper  Pacific  Coast  Electrical  Construction  Co> 

res  652  Webster 
Gilmore  William,  newsboy  S  P  Co,  res  863  Twenty-second 
Gilmour  John  Mrs,  res  559  Caledonia  ave 
Gilpin  Z  T,  deputy  city  clerk,  res  1954  Webster 
Gilson  C  Miss,  Oakland  Sanitarium,  res  1019  Fifth  ave 
Gilson  Elexander,  carpenter,  res  1862  Goss 

Gilson  J  C,  propr  Hamilton  Hall,  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Jefferson 
Gilstrap  William  B,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  703  Campbell 
Gimbel  Charles,  laborer,  res  222  Hannah 
Gincosta  Antoni,  fruit  stand,  cor  Seventh  and  Washington 
Ginn  Fred  B  (Ginn  &  Co,  Boston)  publisher,  res  752  Ninth 
Ginn  J  I  Mrs,  bds  1012  Jefferson 
Ginnity  Kate,  domestic,  res  1361  Market 
Ginoclhio  John,  laborer,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Telegraph  ave 

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Giofeppe  Argano,  employe  Wentworth   Boot  and   Shoe  Factory, 

res  1263  Cypress 
Giosjean  Charles,  foreman   Puget  Sound   Lumber   Co,  res   518 

Third 
Giovannini  John,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  625 

Chestnut 
Girard  Ernest,  shoemaker,  res  477  Twenty-sixth 
Girard  E  Mrs,  res  477  Twenty-sixth 
Girard  Fire  Insurance  Co,  Philadelphia,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broad- 

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Girard  F  R  (F  R  Girard  &  Co)  res  692  Thirty-fourth 
GIRARD  F  R  &  CO  (F  R  Girard  and  H  T  Mitchell)  pianos  and 

organs,  1159  Broadway 
GIRARD  H0USE>  A  C  Newman  proprietor,  955 \  Washington 
Girard  J  P  (Henderson  &  Girard)  res  630  Fourteenth 
Girkousky  Julia,  domestic,  res  1154  Alice 
Giroux  Julian  laborer,  res  1206  Thirtieth 
Giroux  Moses,  teamster,  res  1206  Thirtieth 
Girvan  Charles,  collector  Evening  Tribune,,  res  910  Filbert 
Girvan  William,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  910  Filbert 
Girvin  Alexander,  blacksmith,  res  501  East  Fifteenth 
Girvin  Alexander  Jr,  blacksmith,  res  501  East  Fifteenth 
Girvin  James  W,  employe  Rubber  Co,  S  F,  res  1986  Webster 
Given  Isaac  L.  miner,  res  1153  Alice 
Gjivulinovich  Lorenzo,  cook  Martin  &  Co,  res  Sixth  bet  Franklin 

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Gladding   Allen  I,  real    estate,   957  Broadway,  rm  8,  res    1518 

Telegraph  ave 
Gladding  C  Mrs,  res  1305  Madison 
Gladding  C  B  Mrs,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Gladding  Charles  B  H,  station  baggage  master  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res 

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Gladding  Theodore  O,  traveling  agt  P  Lorillard  &  Co,  1103 J 
Broadway,  rms  22  and  23 

Gladding  William  F,  carpenter,  and  sexton  St  Paul's  Episcopal 
Church,  res  rear  of  church 

Gladstone  May  Miss,  clerk  Cole,  Merriman  &  Son,  res  Forty- 
sixth,  Temescal 

Gladstone  May  Miss,  res  413  Twelfth 

Gladstone  Samuel  A,  mechanic,  res  704  Market 

Glannan  John,  carpenter,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glannan  John  W,  apprentice  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Factory, 
res  1364  Campbell 

Glannan  Maggie  A,  spinner  Oakland  Jute  Mills,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glannan  Mary  A  Miss,  seamstress,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glanoutch  Juan,  laborer,  res  625  Chestnut 

Glanville  William  W,  foreman  Orin  Jones,  S  F,  res  1271  Eighth 

Glascock  John  R  (W  H  &  J  R  Glascock)  res  829  Jackson 

Glascock  William  H  (W  H  &  J  R  Glascock)  res  305  Fifth 

GLASCOCK  W  H  &  J  R  (William  H  and  John  R)  attorneys-at- 
law,  481  Seventh 

Glasheen  Edward,  blacksmith,  res  713  Myrtle 

Glashier  Edward,  laborer  Oakland  Cable  Co 

Glass  A,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Glass  Anthony,  baker,  res  481  Seventh 

Glass  Isabel  P  Miss,  seamstress,  res  1264  Franklin 

Glass  K  Mrs,  res  520  East  Eleventh 

Glaze  Andrew  J  (Glaze  Bros)  res  1071  Twelfth  ave 

Glaze  Bros  (Andrew  J  and  John  W)  proprs  Empire  Market,  617 
East  Twelfth 

Glaze  John  W  (Glaze  Bros)  res  617  East  Twelfth 

Glaze  Millard  D,  butcher  Glaze  Bros,  res  617  East  Twelfth 

Glaze  Walter  B,  butcher  Glaze  Bros,  res  617  East  Twelfth 

Gleason  A  R  Mrs,  res  1400  Eleventh 

Gleason  Douglas  E,  wool  scourer  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1400 
Eleventh 

Gleason  Helen  Miss,  res  1526  Market 

Gleason  Mary  Miss,  res  1526  Market 

Gleason  Michael  J,  calker,  S  F,  res  1526  Market 

Gleeson  Harry  P,  waiter,  res  856  Franklin 

Gleeson  Joseph,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  WTorks,  res  751 
Castro 

Gleeson  William  Rev,  pastor  St  Anthony's  Church,  res  1267  Six- 
teenth ave 

Gleisner  John  F,  carpenter,  res  1629  Atlantic 

Glenan  John,  carpenter,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glenan  Margaret  E,  spinner  Jute  Mills,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glenan  Mary  J,  seamstress,  res  1364  Campbell 

Glenan  William,  employe  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  1364 
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Glendenning  Louis,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  650 

Seventh 
Glenn  Alexander  G,  Pacific  Coast  mgr  Columbus  Bugg}'  Co,  406 

Twelfth,  res  1014  Broadway 
Glenn  James  T,  capitalist,  457  Ninth,  res  953  Castro 
Glenn  John  Q,  Columbus  Buggy  Co,  res  Fairmont  House 
Glenn  William  C,  Columbus  Buggy  Co,  res  1014  Broadway 
Glenn  W  N,  asst  mgr  Pacific  Press,  res  719  Eleventh 
Glennan  Essie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Glens  Falls  Insurance  Co,  NY,  H  Griffin  agt,  958  Broadway 
Gleve  Charles,  salesman  Contra  Costa  Pickle  Factory,  res  1166 

East  Fourteenth 
Glidden  Albert  M,  ship  carpenter,  res  2144  Chestnut 
Glidden  Georgia  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  2144  Chestnut 
Gliesner  John  F,  carpenter,  res  1629  Atlantic 
Glines  Byron  A,  real  estate,  res  664  Eighteenth 
GLINES   &   DUDLEY   (H   A  Glines   and  William    M   Dudley) 
druggists,   1450   Seventh  cor   Center  and   1119  Market  cor 
Fourteenth 
Glines  Fred  D,  clerk  W  J  Dingee,  res  664  Eighteenth 
Glines  Herbert  A  (Glines  &  Dudley)  res  1408  Tenth 
Glines  Matie  Miss,  res  664  Eighteenth 
Glordi  Matteo,  laundry  man,  res  1413  Twelfth 
Glover  Andrew  O,  employe  Ninth  Street  Stables,  res  572  Ninth 
Glover  Clara  E  Miss,  res  1250  Franklin 

Glover  Emma,  spinner  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  202  East  Fif- 
teenth 
Glover  Henderson  I,  dairyman,  w  s  Lusk  cor  Forty-second 
Glover  James  F,  shoemaker,  res  202  East  Fifteenth 
Glover  James  R,  U  S  deputy  surveyor,  S  F,  res  1250  Franklin 
Glover  Lena  Miss,  res  202  East  Fifteenth 

Glover  Louise,  spinner  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  202  East  Fif- 
teenth 
Glover  Maggie,  flannel  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  202 

East  Fifteenth 
Glover  Marv  Mrs,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Glover  Robert,  propr  Ninth  Street  Stables  bet  Jefferson  and  Clay, 

res  572  Ninth 
Glover  Robert  O,  driver  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  res  572  Ninth 
Gloy  Henry,  cigar  maker,  1006  Franklin 
Glunz  Albert,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1354  Center 
Glunz  Christian  (Van  de  Mark  &  Co)  res  1354  Center 
Glunz  George  G,  commercial  traveler,  res  1354  Center 
Goddard  Albert  N,  millwright,  res  1065  Wood 
Goddard  Clark  L,  dentist,  S  F,  res  1326  Chestnut 
Goddard  Elisha,  res  1326  Chestnut 

Goddard  Emlen  A,  penman,  871  Broadway,  res  1065  Wood 
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Godfrey  Charles,  mariner,  res  667  East  Twelfth 

Godfrey  Dennis,  teamster  W  S  &  0  T  Co,  res  Alameda 

Godfrey  George,  capitalist,  res  961  Market 

Godfry  Charles^  miner,  res  662  Jefferson 

Goerke  Godt'ried,  laborer  Oakland  Brewery,  res  1577  San  Pablo 

ave 
Goerner  Chris,  painter,  364  Seventh,  res  1015  Webster 
Goes  Edward  W  V,  engineer,  res  1722  Eighth 
Goes  J  Mrs,  res  1722  Eighth 
Goethe  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1416  Telegraph  ave 
Goetz  Henry  J  R,  photographer,  res  1313  Eleventh  ave 
Goff  Alice  A  Miss,  res  564  Fourteenth 

Goff  George,  employe  Rolling  Mill,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 
Goff  H  F,  engineer  tug  Lottie,  res  278  East  Tenth 
Goff  J  J,  carpet  layer  Aaron  Robertson,  bds  518  Eighth 
Goff  J  L  Mrs,  boarding  house,  res  518  Eighth 
Gohrman  C  Mrs,  res  991  Willow 

Gohrman  John  C,  copyist  Hall  of  Records,  res  991  Willow 
Golart  Joseph,  laborer,  res  1271  East  Fifteenth 
Golart  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1271  East  Fifteenth 
Goldberg  B,  cutter  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  309  Sev- 
enth 
Goldberg  David,  student,  res  529  Hobart 
Goldberg  Morris,   capitalist,  res   cor  Nineteenth   ave   and    East 

Twenty-seventh 
Goldberg  Samuel,  foreman  tailor  Joseph  Harris 
Goldberg  Simon  L,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1101  Adeline 
Golden  Circle,  1015  Clay 

Golden  Eagle  House,  Charles  Jurgens  propr,  1311  San  Pablo  ave 
Golden  Gate  Congregational  Church,  Rev  W  H  Cooke  pastor,  cor 

Thirty-fourth  and  Adeline 
Golden  Gate  Incubator  Co,   George  E    Davis   propr,    687    East 

Twelfth 
Golden  Rule  Roller  Flouring  Mill,  Hickok,  Schroeder  &  Co  proprs, 

411-417  Third 
Golden  William,  clerk  carpet  store,  Alameda,  res  1010  Franklin 
Goldman  Samuel,  barber,  res  1895  Telegraph  ave 
Goldsmith  Annie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1354  Eighth 
Goldsmith  Charles,  brickmaker  and  burner,  res  1354  Eighth 
Goldsmith  J  A,  horse  trainer,  res  Randlett  House 
Goldsmith  Paul,  reporter  Tribune,  res  Blake  House 
Goldson  Henry,  student,  res  1105|  Broadway 
Goldson  M  Mrs,  physician  and  surgeon,  1105 h  Broadway,  rms  7 

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Goldstein  Joseph  G,  res  1068  East  Twenty-first 
Goldstein  M,  junk  dealer,  res  224  Second 
Golly  Leon,  res  1102  Myrtle 
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Gomez  John,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Gomis  Anton,  res  10  A 

Gomoze  Teresa,  laundress,  res  1260  Cypress 

Goncher  Mary  Mrs,  res  361 J  Third 

Gonovea  F,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Gonsalves  Joseph  F,  stockman,  res  811  Castro 

Gonzales  — ,  clerk  steamer  Piedmont,  res  1778  Division 

Gonzales  Abel,  laborer,  res  419  Second 

Gonzales  Frank,  laborer,  res  686  Twenty-seventh 

Gonzales  Joseph,  fireman  Brooklyn  Engine  No  4,  res  621  East 
Fourteenth 

Gonzales  Julian,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  419  Sec- 
ond 

Gonzales  L,  porter  W  H  Stewart 

Gonzales  Martin,  pilot,  res  1718  Lincoln 

Good  Harry,  student,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Good  John  G,  painter,  res  1058  Twenty-fourth 

Good  Mary  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Good  Ollie  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Good  Samuel  L,  machinist,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Good  Templar  Lodge,  meets  at  Montana  Hall,  1160  Seventh, 
every  Thursday  evening 

Good  Thomas,  poultry  dealer,  res  1667  Atlantic 

Good  Will  Branch,  First  Congregational  Church,  860  Market 

Goodall  Edwin  (Goodall.  Perkins  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1170  Madison 

Goodall  K  F  Mrs,  res  671  Twenty-fifth 

Goode  Adam,  machinist  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  Fruit 
Vale 

G00DEN0UGH  HORSESHOEING  SHOP,  Doyle  &  McAuley 

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Goodenough  Simon,  clergyman  (Universalist)  res  1060  Harrison 
Goodfellow  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1375  Seventh 
Goodfellow  Mary  Miss,  res  1375  Seventh 
Goodfellow  May  Miss,  domestic,  567  Eighteenth 
Goodfellow  Milton  J,  mining  engineer,  res  1353  Webster 
Goodfellow  Thomas  E,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1375  Seventh 
Goodfellow  Thomas,  res  1375  Seventh 
Goodfellow  Thomas  Jr,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1375  Seventh 
Goodfellow  William  S,  lawyer,  S  F,  res  1363  Sixth  ave 
Goodman  David,  res  363  Fourth 
Goodman  George,  pres  Oakland  Artificial  Stone   Co,  Schillinger 

patent,  NE  cor  William  and  San  Pablo  ave 
Goodman  John,  hostler  G  Hunt,  res  514  Fourteenth 
Goodman  Julius,  agt,  res  363  Fourth 

Goodmansen  Lawrence,  capitalist,  res  503  East  Twenty-fourth 
Goodrich  Addison,  machinist,  res  East  Sixteenth  bet  Twenty-third 

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Goodrich  Charles  T,  farmer,  res  1922  San  Pablo  ave 


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GOODRICH  &  NEWLON  (W  W  Goodrich  and  F  B  Newlon) 
architects,  1004  Broadway 

Goodrich  W,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

GOODRICH  W  W  (Goodrich  &  Newlon)  res  Ashby  ave,  Berkeley 

Goodsell  J  Mrs,  res  1517  Eighth 

Goodside  Lena  Mrs,  domestic,  res  819  Castro 

Goodsman  James,  wood  and  coal,  1467  Eighth,  res  809  Henry 

Goodspeed  P  S,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1777  William 

Goodwich  Frank,  butcher  Martin  M  Samson,  res  1019  Washing- 
ton 

Goodwin  Emma  Miss,  saleslady  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  987  Wood 

Goodwin  Frank,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  987  Wood 

Goodwin  Frank  J,  bookkeeper  Pierce  &  Co,  res  779  Sixth 

Goodwin  Frank  W,  cooper,  res  669  Adeline 

Goodwin  H  L,  paper  hanger,  res  485  Twenty-fourth 

Goodwin  J  F,  clerk  J  O  Watkins,  res  San  Pablo  ave  Station 

Goodwin  L  Miss,  res  562  Eleventh 

Goodwin  Thomas  A,  mining,  res  987  Wood 

Goodwin  W  B,  special  officer,  res  522  Thirty-fifth 

Goodwin  William  L,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1109  Campbell 

Goodwin  William  T,  cooper,  res  669  Adeline 

Goold  Frances  J  Miss,  res  1013  Linden 

Goold  Henry  P,  coachman  B  F  Stone,  res  1311  Harrison 

Goold  Sarah  Mrs,  res  1013  Linden 

Gooley  Ann  Mrs,  domestic,  res  828  Fifteenth 

Goos  Peter,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1651  Seventh 

Goraivan  W  I  Mrs,  res  1235  Poplar 

Gordon  A  Mrs,  res  1770  Division 

Gordon  A  P,  gripman  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  1513  Brush 

Gordon  Charles,  barber  C  Miller,  res  454  Eighth 

Gordon  C  M  Mrs,  nurse,  res  Lester  House 

Gordon  D  Mrs,  res  616  Second 

Gordon  Frank,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  690 
Market 

Gordon  Gertie  Miss,  res  1431  Webster 

Gordon  H  F,  agt  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res  1353  Webster 

Gordon  James,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Gordon  James  E,  carpenter,  res  712  Filbert 

Gordon  J  E,  driver  milk  wagon,  res  1542  Adeline 

Gordon  Jessie  Mrs,  res  919  Alice 

Gordon  J  H,  carpenter,  res  1919  Magnolia,  rear 

Gordon  Joseph  F,  feeder  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  712 
Filbert 

GORDON  JOSEPH  S  G  &  CO,  real  estate  and  insurance,  424  Ninth 

Gordon  Joseph  S  G  (Joseph  S  G  Gordon  &  Co)  res  405  East 
Eleventh 

Gordon  M  E  Mrs,  teacher  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing  Co, 
res  712  Filbert 


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Gordon  N  H,  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  1431  Webster 

Gore  Cyrus,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1010  Twenty-fourth 

Gorham  Mollie  Miss,  res  351  (1020)  Seventh  ave 

Gorlden  Ella  Mrs,  res  620  Seventeenth 

Gorman  — ,  cook,  res  711  Castro 

Gorman  Charles,  clerk  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  1613  Myrtle 

Gormley  George,  waiter  Galindo  Hotel 

Gorrill  Addie  Mrs,  res  The  Centennial 

Gorrill  C  H  Mrs,  res  2441  Piedmont  ave 

Gorrill  Richard  W,  bridge  builder  and  contractor,  S  F,  res  1231 

Myrtle 
Gorsuch  Lizzie  M  Mrs,  res  1457  Broadway 
Gorton  S  E  Mrs,  res  378  East  Seventeenth 
Gosling  Horace,  ship  carpenter,  res  1269  Twenty-sixth 
Goss  Elizabeth,  res  1167  Center 
Gotchett  Caroline  Mrs,  res  1081  East  Twenty-third 
Gotchett  Oliver,  res  1081  East  Twenty-third 
Goth  Thomas,  solicitor,  res  Wilcox  Block 
Gotte  Henry  J,  elevator,  S  F,  res  958  New  Broadway 
Gottschalk  Annie    Miss,  domestic    Robert   Bixby,  nr  end   Fruit 

Vale  ave 
Gottsche  John,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  618  Chestnut 
GOTTSHALL    L  (Scotchler   &  Gottshall)    1010    Broadway,    res 

Gottshall  Building,  Berkeley 
Gough  Henry  J,  laborer,  res  1625  Union 
Gould  Abram  F,  miller  Encinal  Flour  Mills,  res  1666  Lincoln 
Gould  Alexander  E,  machine  agt,  res  870  Twenty-sixth 
Gould  C  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1756  Seward 
Gould  C  B  (C  B  Gould  &  Co)  res  966  Madison 
Gould  C  B  &  Co  (C  B  Gould)  real  estate,  res  422  Eighth 
Gould  Charles,  rubber  goods,  res  1986  Webster 
Gould  Charles  A,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1756  Seward 
Gould  Henry  (Gould  &  Williamson)  res  1666  Lincoln 
Gould  Jesse,  flour  packer  Encinal  Flour  Mills,  res  1666  Lincoln 
Gould  Minnie  Miss,  res  653  Seventh 
Gould  Nelson  C,  car  repairer  S  P  Co..  res  945  Wood 
Gould  Norman,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co..  res  American 

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Gould  Seriah  H,  commercial  traveler  Batchelder  &  Wilder,  S  F, 

res  855  Twentieth 
Gould  Susan  Mrs,  res  609  Park  ave 

Gould  William,  flour  packer  Samm's  Mill,  res  1666  Lincoln 
Gould  &  Williamson    (Henry  Gould   and  William    Williamson) 

proprs  Encinal  Flour  Mills,  751  and  753  Washington 
Gouldin  J  C,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East,  Fourteenth 
Goulding  Carrie,  dressmaker,  res  1322  Telegraph  ave 
Gourreau  Wilfred,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  758 

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Gove  A  B  Capt,  res  2437  Piedmont  ave 

Gove  Charles  A,  grain  grader,  S  F,  res  1759  Seward 

Gove  Edward  V,  clerk,  res  1014  Chestnut 

Gove  Frank  L,  salesman  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  1213  Chestnut 

Gove  John  H,  carpenter,  res  1014  Chestnut 

Govereau  Wilfred,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  758 

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Gowell  Edith  L  Miss,  res  2121  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Go  well  Frank  B,  student,  res  2121  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Gowell  Kate  E  Mrs,  res  2121  East  Fourteenth 
Gowell  Orrin,  mining,  res  2121  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
Gowen  Charles,  ship  carpenter,  res  1116  Center 
Gowen  Charles  Mrs,  branch  bakery,  res  1116  Center 
Gowen  J  V,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 
Gowen  Mary  Mrs,  res  Girard  House 
Gower  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  528  Eighteenth 
Gowing  George,  sewing  machine  agt,  res  472  East  Eleventh 
Gowing  G  Mrs,  teacher  piano,  res  472  East  Eleventh 
Graber  Louis,  brewer  Washington  Brewery,  res  1324  Fifth 
Giaber  T  F,  atty-at-law,  854 J  Broadway,  res  Berkeley 
Grabs  August,  butcher,  1783  Seventh,  res  1779  William 
Grace  An  astasia,  domestic,  949  Filbert 
Grace  Church  (Episcopal)  Hamilton  Lee  pastor,  Forty-fourth  nr 

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Gracev  Eugene  W,  painter,  res  377  East  Eleventh 
GRACEY  HATTERAS  S,  printer,  377  East  Eleventh 
Gracey  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  377  East  Eleventh 
Gracey  Samuel,  res  377  East  Eleventh 
Gradv  Delia,  hosiery  department  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1103 

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Grady  Michael,  laborer,  res  1355  Eighteenth 
Graf  Herman,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Graf  Louis,  car  builder  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  2070  Market 
Graff  Charles  J,  machinist  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  1067 

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Graff  Emma  Miss,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  1067  Thirty-second 
Graff  J  M,  upholsterer,  res  814  Twenty-seventh 
Graff  Louis,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 
Graff  Peter,  painter,  res  1067  Thirty-second 
Graffelmann  Henry  P,  plumber,  res  816  Cedar 
Graffelmann  Margaret  Mrs,  res  816  Cedar 
Gragy  John,  laborer  Blind  Asylum,  res  2233  Magnolia 
Graham  Cornelius  H,  res  660  Twenty-fifth 
Graham  C  T,  civil  engineer,  res  Blake  House 
Graham  Edward,  expressman,  res  1011  Pine 

Graham  Frederick,  druggist  John   Fearn,  res  Washington  Hotel 
Graham  George,  milkman,  res  Erie  House,  rm  4 
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Graham  J  A  Mrs,  res  1012  East  Sixteenth 

Graham  John,  millwright,  S  F,  res  1709  Chase 

Graham  John  M,  res  s  s  Weston  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Graham  John  W,  bookkeeper  W  C  Price  &  Co,  res  1155  Market 

Graham  Maggie  Mrs,  res  1521  Ninth 

Graham  Mary  Mrs,  res  1408  Fifteenth 

Graham  Mary  Miss,  res  660  Twenty-fifth 

Graham  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  Washington  Hotel 

Graham  May  Miss,  student,  res  1116  Filbert 

Graham  Robert  G,  cashier  J  V  Case,  res  1521  Ninth 

Graham  Rosa,  domestic,  res  962  Chester 

Graham  Williamson,  res  276  Eleventh 

Graham  W  M  Mrs,  res  306  Fourteenth 

Grainger  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1911  Union 

Grainger  Sarah  Mrs,  res  1911  Union 

Grampnor  Richard,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Grand  Army  Hall,  419  Thirteenth 

Grand  Central,  Mrs  M  E  Horr  propr,  475  Ninth 

GRAND  CENTRAL  COFFEE  PARLORS,  Simonsen  &  Lilienthal 
proprietors,  469  Seventh 

Grand  Western  Hotel  and  Restaurant,  John  A  Henninger  propr, 
1756  and  1758  Seventh 

Grandbois  Joseph,  blacksmith,  res  cor  Folsom  and  Twelfth 

Grandbois  M  D,  carpenter,  res  560  Franklin 

Grandjean  Elise,  teacher,  res  1020  Oak 

Grandjean  Henry,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1038  Peraita 

Grandjean  Peter,  ivory  turner,  S  F,  res  1042  Peraita 

Grandjien  P  Mrs,  artist,  res  1674  Telegraph  ave 

Grandona  Jesse,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Graney  Ambrose,  laborer,  res  1368  Eighteenth 

Graney  Kate  Mrs,  res  1368  Eighteenth 

Grangers,  Temescal  Grange,  meets  first  and  third  Saturdays  "at 
Odd  Fellows  Hall 

Grant  A  L  Miss,  res  1303  Third  ave 

Grant  Arthur  E,  printer,  res  309  Third 

Grant  C,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  862  Cedar 

Grant  Cyrus,  mining,  res  860  Cedar 

Grant  Etta  Miss,  res  cor  East  Twenty-fourth  and  Eleventh  ave 

Grant  George,  accountant  Nevada  Bank,  res  SW  cor  Twenty- 
first  ave  and  East  Twenty-eighth 

Grant  George  E,  merchant,  res  1303  Third  ave 

Grant  George  E  Jr,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1303  Third  ave 

Grant  Horace  A,  ship  joiner,  res  cor  Eleventh  ave  and  East  Twenty- 
fourth 

Grant  Jennie  Miss  res  cor  Eleventh  ave  and  East  Twenty -fourth 

Grant  Lizzie  Miss,  res  572  Tenth 

Grant  Peter  B,  storekeeper  distillery  office,  res  572  Tenth 

Grant  Robert  C,  brass  moulder,  S  F,  res  623  Sixth 


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Grant  School,  Mrs  Elizabeth  Powell  principal,  cor  Broadway  and 
Prospect 

Grase  Anastasia,  domestic,  res  949  Filbert 

Grases  James  E  (Grases  &  Sanderson)  res  269  Fifth 

Grases  Marv  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  269  Fifth 

Grassey  Thomas,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Grasso  D  (J  Corsigla  &  Co)  res  408  Seventh 

Grassy  Marie  Mrs,  res  1370  Broadway 

Grasyean  C  A,  with  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  cor  First  and  Wash- 
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Graul  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1067  Thirty-second 

Gravatt  William,  plasterer,  res  823  Sixteenth 

Graves  George  H,  lineman  telegraph  repairing,  res  567  Thirty- 
sixth 

Graves  Henry  P,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1731  Myrtle 

Graves  Jennie  L,  operator  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co,  S  F,  res 
1731  Myrtle 

Graves  Joseph,  steward,  res  714  Fourth 

Graves  Julia  Mrs,  nurse,  Rockridge  Park 

Graves  Lillie  Miss,  res  714  Fourth 

Graves  William,  painter,  res  836  Broadway 

Graves  William  H  H,  Safe  Deposit  Bank,  S  F,  res  512  Seven- 
teenth 

Gray  A,  bridge'  builder  S  P  Co,  res  720  Fourth 

Gray  Asaph,  cuyer  Safety  Nitro  Powder  Co,  S  F,  res  254  Eighth 

Gray  Bessie  F  Miss,  res  760  Tenth 

Gray  Celia,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Gray  Clarence  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1300  Webster 

Gray  Cormac,  truckman,  res  572  East  Fourteenth 

Gray  Dalles  P  (Gray  &  McCloud)  res  609  Seventeenth 

Gray  E  H  Rev,  pastor  First  Baptist  Church,  res  763  Twelfth 

Gray  Ella  Miss,  res  560  East  Twenty-second 

Gray  Emma  J  Mrs,  furniture  store,  467  and  481  Twelfth 

Gray  Fannie  H  Mrs,  teacher  kindergarten,  res  754  Tenth 

Gray  Florence  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Gray  George,  contractor,  res  560  East  Twenty-second 

Gray  George,  miner,  res  1912  Broadway 

Gray  George,  mgr  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co 

Gray  George  D,  lumber,  S  F,  res  760  Tenth 

Gray  George  Jr,  res  560  East  Twenty-second 

Gray  Giles  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  754  Tenth 

Gray  John,  grocer,  669  East  Thirty-second 

Gray  John  J,  teamster,  res  572  East  Fourteenth 

Gray  John  W  Mrs,  res  930  Adeline 

Gray  L,  farmer,  res  e  s  Broadway  nr  Temescal  Creek 

Gray  Lillie  Miss,  res  669  East  Thirtv-second 

Gray  Mabel  T  Miss,  res  760  Tenth  " 

Gray  Mary  Mrs,  res  675  Tenth 


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Gray  Mary  F  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  1053  Center 

Gray  Mary  J  Miss,  res  669  East  Thirty-second 

Gray  Mary  Miss,  shirtmaker  M  J  Keller,  res  Fruit  Vale 

GRAY  &  iVIcCLOUD  (D  P  Gray  and  R  H  McCloud)  tobacconists 

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Gray  Minnie  Miss,  res  560  East  Twenty-second 
Gray  M  L,  farmer,  res  e  s  New  Broadway  nr  College  ave 
Gray  M  S  Mrs,  res  2124  East   Fourteenth 
Gray  Nathaniel  (N  Gray  &  Co,  S  F)  res  758  Tenth 
Gray  Nellie  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Gray  R  W,  agency  Standard  sewing  machine,  1 167  Washington 
Gray  Robert  W,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1367  Thirteenth  ave 
Gray  Roscoe  S,  stenographer  W   T  Coleman  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1053 

Center 
Gray  Samuel,  painter,  res  1717  Market 
Gray  Scott  Thomas,  steward  hotel,  res  1717  Atlantic 
Gray  Susie  Miss,  res  669  East  Thirty-second 
Gray  Thomas,  seaman,  res  355  B 

Gray  Thomas,  coal  business,  S  F,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Gray  Thomas,  truckman,  res  572  East  Fourteenth 
Gray  Thomas  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 


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Grayan  Lizzie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills  'v^r 

Grayson  George,  heater  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  751 

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Grayson  George   W   (Grayson,  Owen  &  Co)  res  cor   Ninth  and 
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Q^     Grayson  May,  saleslady  Mrs  S  Silverbergs,  res  751  Castro 
^i     Grayson  Nathan,  capitalist,  res  568  Twenty-fifth 
5^r\  Grayson,  Owen  &  Co  (G  W  Grayson,  W  J  Owen  and  J  W  Phil- 
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Grayson   William,  heater  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  bds  751 
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^H     Graystone  House,  Mrs  Ada  I  Gage  propr,  418  Twelfth 
C>     Greaney  John,  contractor,  res  828  Lydia 
Grear  A  Mrs,  res  511  Tenth 
Grear  B  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  511  Tenth 
Great  American  Importing  Tea  Co,  1301  San  Pablo  and  917 

Broadway 
Greaves  William,  tailor,  762  Seventh 

Greely  R  P  M,  wholesale  wood  dealer,  res  1668  Fourteenth 
Green  — ,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  res  843  Isabella 

Green  Conrad,  pastor  Evangelical  Association,  res  1708  Lincoln  .  ^_ 
Green  Edmund,  mining  operator,  S  F,  res  1317  Jackson  ^B 

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Green  Edmund  F,  sec  Pacific  Surety  Co,  S  F,  res  1317  Jackson 

Green  Edward  B,  night  clerk  S  P  C,  bds  523  Sixteenth 

Green  Frank,  shaper  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  721  Fourth 

Green  George,  house  painter,  res  825  Henry 

Green  George  C,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1836|  Seventh 

Green  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  705  Castro 

Green  Harry  E  E,  employe  R  R  Co,  res  762  Wood 

Green  Henry,  farmer,  res  726  Myrtle 

Green  J  Mrs,  res  573  Seventh 

Green  James  A,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1031  Willow 

Green  Jerome  B,  dairyman,  res  1750  Webster 

Green  John,  plumber  and  gasfitter  O  M  Sanford,  res  1461  San 
Pablo  ave 

Green  John,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Commercial 
Union  Hotel 

Green  John  G,  laborer,  res  121  Hannah 

Green  John  J,  painter,  res  w  s  Maple  bet  Temescal  ave  and 
Birch 

Green  Joseph,  barber,  1164  Broadway,  res  White  House 

Green  Joseph,  wiper  S  P  Co,  res  862  Castro 

Green  Louis,  matress  maker  C  Schreiber,  res  829  Myrtle 

Green  Lucy  Mrs,  res  721  Fourth 

Green  Milton  L,  res  1458  Broadway 

Green  Rhoda  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1559  Broadway 

Green  R  W,  solicitor,  res  New  York  Hotel 

Green  S  Mrs,  res  764  Fourth 

Green  T  Mrs,  S  F,  res  573  Seventh 

Green  William,  watchman,  res  560  Franklin 

Green  William,  longshoreman,  res  St  Louis  House 

Green  William,  picker  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  151  Second 

Green  William,  with  J  J  Hannifin 

Green  W  J  Mrs,  res  911  Webster 

Greenberg, William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Greene  Edward  M,  artist,  res  549  Fortieth 

Greene  George  J,  water  tender  steamer  City  of  Sydney,  res  1366 
Eleventh  ave 

Greene  W  E,  judge  Department  3  Superior  Court,  res  1226  Four- 
teenth 

Greene  William,  porter  J  Anderson,  res  953  Third 

Greenebaum  William  B,  commercial  traveler,  res  717  Tenth 

Greenhood  Bernhardt,  res  816  Fifteenth 

Greenhood  Jacob  (Greenhood  &  Moran)  res  1463  Telegraph  ave 

Greenhood  Joseph  M,  groceries,  1819  San  Pablo  ave 

Greenhood  Max,  dry  goods,  Broadway,  res  1212  Clay 

Greenhood  &  Moran  (Jacob  Greenhood  and  J  T  Moran)  clothing 
and  men's  furnishing  goods,  1019  Broadway 

GREENHOOD  SOL,  fancy  goods  and  trimmings,  1157  Broad- 
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Greenlaw  Harry,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Greenleaf  A  S  Mrs,  res  1315  Franklin 

Greenleaf  George  F,  laborer,  res  1625  Eighth  ave 

Greenleaf  John  B,  teamster,  res  1625  Eighth  ave 

Greenman  E  E  Mrs,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  311  Fourth 

Greenough  C  C  (Charles  Smith  &  Co)  res  1946  Linden 

Greenwald  F,  patrolman,  res  1731  Willow 

Greenwood  F  W,  plasterer,  res  565  Eleventh 

Greenwood  James,  sailor,  res  4tf  8  Tenth 

Greenzweig  G  &  Co  (George  Greenzweig  and  Max  J  Franklin) 

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Gregg  Andrew  J,  carpenter,  res  990  Willow 

Gregg  A  R  Mrs,  res  nr  end   Fruit  Vale  ave 

Gregg  Joseph  T,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  SW  cor  Webster  and  Pacific 

Gregfir  Louisa  L,  compositor,  res  990  Willow 

Gregg  Mattie  A,  compositor,  res  990  Willow 

Gregg  Minnie  Miss,  res  nr  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Gregg  Minnie  A,  res  990  Willow 

Gregg  William,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Alameda 

Greggy  John,  gardener  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Gregory  H  E  Mrs,  res  1403  Jackson 

Gregory  H  P,  importer  of  machinery,  res  1403  Jackson 

Gregory  John,  gardener,  res  2233  Magnolia 

Gregory  William,  mining,  res  1384  Franklin 

Gregson  Harrison,  Oakland  and  Berkeley  Express,  stand  NE  cor 

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GRESSLER  CHARLES  A,  barber  and  oculist,  707  East  Twelfth, 

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Greve  Charles,  teamster  Contra  Costa  Pickle  Works,  res  1166 

East  Fourteenth 
Grey  Albert,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  720  Fourth 
Grey  George,  poultry  yard,  res  1912  Broadway 
Gribble  Charles,  laborer,  res  726  Union     • 
Grieser  John,  boots  and  shoes,  420J  Eleventh 
Grieves  Matthew  M,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1789  Seventh 
Grieves  William,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Smith  House 
Griffin  Mrs,  res  927  Linden 

Griffin  Charles  D,  mining  engineer,  res  1379  Jackson 
Griffin  Charles  R,  clerk  M  J  Keller,  res  610  Fourteenth 
Griffin  Charles  W,  clerk  M  J  Keller,  res  610  Fourteenth 
Griffin  Emma  F,  governess,  res  1221  Linden 
GRIFFIN  HENRY  E.  general  insurance  agent,  958  Broadway,  res 

1204  Harrison 
Griffin  I  G  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  566  Eleventh 
Griffin  John  D,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1314  Eighth 
Griffin  Kate,  domestic  J  Canning,  954  Sixteenth 


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Griffin  Lizzie  R  Mrs,  teacher  High  School,  res  566  Eleventh 

Griffin  M,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1855  Short 

Griffin  Mamie,  domestic,  1304  Franklin 

Griffin  M  C  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1314  Eighth 

Griffin  Michael  B,  res  1561  Eighth 

Griffin  Sadie  E  Mrs,  res  1379  Jackson 

Griffin  Thomas,  gardener  I  L  Requa,  Piedmont 

Griffin  Thomas  G,  cutler,  S  F,  res  510  Fifth 

Griffin  Thomas  H,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1561  Eighth 

Griffin  Thomas  K,  marine  reporter  Guide,  S  F,  res  1358  Eighth 

Griffin  William,  carpenter,  res  1437  San  Pablo  ave 

Griffin  William,  res  909  Fifth 

Griffin  Will  D,  bookkeeper  Wertheimer  &  Co,   S    F,  res    1561 

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Griffing  Ernest,  cutter  California  Jute  Mills,  res  1576  Telegraph 

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Griffing  George  J,  mining,  res  521  Nineteenth 
Griffing  William,  mgr  Great  American  Importing  Tea  Co,  1301 

San  Pablo  ave,  res  521  Nineteenth 
Griffith  Ed,  employe  O  C  Coiner,  res  422  Twentieth 
Griffith  W  A,  carpenter,  res  542  Twentieth 
Griffiths  David  D,  civil  engineer,  res  1514  San  Pablo  ave 
Griffiths  J  J,  bookbinder,  res  1059  Wood 
Griggs  C  E,  foreman  book   publishing  department  Pacific  Press, 

res  1003  Chester 
Griggs  Julia  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1003  Chester 
Grigsby  E  D,  farmer,  res  1217  Market 
Grimes  William  H,  clerk,  res  1625  Grove 
Grimes  W  V,  physician  and  surgeon,   854 J   Broadway,  rms   15 

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Grimke  Henry  F,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

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Grimke  Henry  T,  artist,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave 

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Grimke  Lizzie  Miss,  res  n  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and 

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Grimm  August,  supt  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  1055  East  Twelfth 
Grimme  Charles  T,  salesman  J  C  Sullivan  &  Co  and  extraman 

Engine  No  2,  Oakland  Fire  Department,  res  523  Tenth 
Grim  wood  A  D,  mgr  Title  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  cor  East  Four- 
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Grim  wood  William,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Adeline 
Grind  ley  John  H,  sales  man,  S  F,  res  255  West 
Gripp  John,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  774  Eleventh 
Grisel  Aurelia,  dressmaker,  res  859  Clay 
Griser  John,  shoemaker,  420  Eleventh 
Griswold  Charles  P,  clerk  freight  auditor's  office  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res 

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Griswold  M  M  Mrs,  res  1614  Eighth 

Grobe  Henry,  gardener  William  Clift,  1547  San  Pablo  ave 

Groff  Augustus,  painter,  res  714  Castro 

Groff  Charles,  painter,  res  714  Castro 

Grogan  Lizzie  Miss,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Grogan  Thomas,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Grogan  William,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Grogan  William,  res  1616  Seventeenth 

Grogen  William,  res  317  Third 

Gronberg  Daniel  A,  first  officer  steamer  Alexander,  res  1412 
Thirteenth  ave 

Grondona  Carl,  gardener,  res  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Grondona  Dominico,  gardener,  res  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Grondona  Jesse,  fireman  California  Jute  Mills,  res  Wood  bet 
Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 

Grondona  Joseph,  engineer,  S  F,  res  Wood  bet  Twelfth  and 
Thirteenth 

Grondona  Joseph,  vegetable  garden,  SW  cor  Wood  and  Thir- 
teenth 

Gronholt  Andrew,  res  Twelfth  nr  Powell 

Groon  Andrew,  res  1783  William 

Grosjean  Charles  A,  clerk  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  518  Clay 

Gross  Charles,  carpenter,  res  1332  Kirkham 

Gross  Charles  W,  apprentice  G  W  Stimpson,  res  1379   Broadway 

Gross  David,  cigar  maker,  res  962  Market 

Gross  Henry,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  1685  Eighth 

Gross  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Gross  J  F,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  920  Wood 

Gross  William  G  C,  marble  yard,  855  Franklin,  res  1340  Kirk- 
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Grosshans  John  D,  grocer,  1390  Telegraph  ave 

Grossmayer  William,  clerk,  res  Kelsey  House 

Grossmeyer  Henry,   stock  broker,   S   F,   res   Kelsey   House 

Grosso  C,  carriageman,  res  555  Fourth 

Grotheer  Frederick,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1328  Kirkham 

Grother  J  F,  tailor  P  Reader,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Grouett  Thomas,  res  362  Ninth 

Grove  Louise,  teacher,  res  546  Twenty-fourth 

Grove  Street  School,  Mrs  N  D  Stanford  principal,  -Grove  bet 
Fourth  and  Fifth 

Grove  Will  C,  student,  res  546  Twenty-fourth 

Groves  Andrew,  blacksmith,  res  313  Sixth 

Grow  Almerin,  clergyman,  713  Seventh 

Grubbs  A  J,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  311  Seventh 

Gruber  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  368  Second 

Gruenwald  Michel,  Piedmont  Exchange,  858  Washington 

Gruettner  Daniel,  gardener,  764  Twenty-first 

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Grummett  James,  blacksmith,  s  s  Thirty-ninth  bet  Telegraph  ave 

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Grush  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1474  Thirteenth  ave 
Grush    Henry,  laundry  man   Contra    Costa  Laundry,    res     1413 

Fifteenth 
Grush  M  J  Mrs,  res  1474  Thirteenth  ave 
Guard  Reginald  T,  clerk  J  D  Spreckels  &  Co,    S    F,    res    1059 

Eighth  ave 
Guardia  Criotoforo  Colombo,  meets  416  Eighth 
Guardian  Lodge  No  184,  meets  1056  Broadway 
Guerin  Mary,  res  Fairmont  House 
Guerin  Nellie,  domestic,  853  East  Fifteenth 
Guest  H  L  Mrs,  res  1717  Chestnut 
Guetner  Ernest,  gardener,  res  363  Orchard 

Guffin  Harry,  helper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  557  Seventh 
Guffin  Vira  Mrs,  res  557  Seventh 
Guider  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Guido  Joseph,  yardman  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  1059   East 

Eighteenth 
Guido  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1059  East  Eighteenth 
Guild  David,  moulder  Occidental  Mills,  S  F,  res  117  Helen 
Guines  Alice  Miss,  res  1278  Fourth  ave 
Guines  Edward,  res  1278  Fourth  ave 
Guines  Theodore,  res  1278  Fourth  ave 
Gulbies  Mary,  employe  Oakland  Pickle  Factory,  res  493   Laurel 

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Gulbies   Otto  Mrs,  employe   Oakland  Pickle  Factory,  res    493 

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Gulbies    Otto,  laborer  Oakland   Pickle  Factory,   res  493  Laurel 

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Guldner  Ernest  H,  gardener,  res  363  Orchard 
Gulick  Anna  Mrs,  res  cor  Second  and  Oak 
Gullieon  G  B,  res  2024  Broadway 
Gullixson   Louis,    bookkeeper    Independent    Planing    Mills,    res 

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Gumperts  Miss,  saleslady,  res  1157  Broadway 
Gundele  Petar,  laborer  Brooklyn   Brewery,  res  871  East    Four- 
teenth 
Gunderson  Dina,  domestic,  962  Thirty-fifth 
Gunderson  Robert,  hostler,  res  2111  Adeline 
Gunderson  Sophy  Mrs,  res  118  Ettie 
Gundlach  Annie  Miss,  res  1116  Second  ave 
Gunn  Charles  T,  night   watchman  Eagle  Box    Factory,   res  823 

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Gunn  Gertrude  Miss,  res  912  Sixth  ave 
Gunn  G  W,  captain,  res  w  s  Adeline  nr  Benton 
Gunn  John,  res  1427  Filbert 
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Gunn  Nina  Miss,  res  2235  Elm 

Gunn  Robert,  capitalist,  res  912  Sixth  ave 

Gunther  Charles  G,  meat  market,  1328  Telegraph  ave  and  1321 

Broadway,  res  1464  Telegraph  ave 
Gunther  F  Allan,  professor  of  music,  res  1770  San  Pablo  ave 
Gunzeler  Charles,  barkeeper,  res  477  Eighth 
Guppy  A  R,  civil  engineer,  res  1102  Tenth 
Gurnett  A  G,  stock  broker,  res  1278  Fourth  ave 
Gurnett  Frank,  blacksmith,  res  827  Twenty-ninth 
Gurnett  L  G,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  464  Twentieth 
Gurnett  T  G,  salesman  Pierce  &  Co,  res  1278  Fourth  ave 
Gurnett  Will  J,  piano  tuner,  res  464  Twentieth 
Gurnett  W  J,  bookkeeper  A  G  Gurnett,  res  464  Twentieth 
Gurney  W  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Oakland  Hotel 
Gushee  George  E,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  866  Willow 
Guthe  Anna,  res  1373  Grove 
Guthrie  David,  coachman,  176  Lake 
Gutterson  Arthur  L,  bookkeeper,  res  616  Eighteenth 
Gutterson  Fred  S,  musician,  res  616  Eighteenth 
Gutterson  M  Marie  Miss,  teacher  piano,  res  616  Eighteenth 
Guy  William,  marble  cutter  and  carver,  res  810  Campbell 
Gwynneth  Elizabeth  F  Mrs,  res  513  East  Fifteenth 
Gyunlinovii  Lorenzo,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Franklin 

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Haagensen  Anna  Miss,  helper  Pacific  Press  boarding  house,  res 
714  Eleventh 

Haak  William,  bridge  carpenter  C  PR  R,  res  954  New  Broadway 

Haar  Henry,  groceries,  1472  Seventh 

Haas  Chas,  laborer  Oakland  Pickle  Factory,  res  1789  Grove 

Haas  G  Warner,  foreman  tinsmith  E  F  Delger,  res  719  Linden 

Haas  Thomas  (Westermann  &  Co)  res  Washington  Brewery 

Haberlin  J  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  1815  Goss 

Haberlin  James,  watchman  Home  for  Adult  Blind,  res  1815  Goss 

Habicht  Anna  E  Mrs,  res  cor  Second  ave  and  Birch 

Hackandorn  George  F,  laborer,  res  cor  Fontainebleu  ave  and  Mon- 
roe 

Hackett  Edward  Capt,  U  S  shipping  commissioner,  S  F,  res 
1303  Jackson 

Hackett  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1787  Seventh 

Hackett  James,  brick  mason,  res  362  Seventh 

Hackett  Lindsey  S,  switchman,  res  820  Wood 

Hackett  M  Mrs,  res  362  Seventh 

Hackett  Maggie  Miss,  clerk,  S  F,  res  362  Seventh 

Hackett  Mary,  domestic,  573  Seventeenth 

Hackett  Rose  Miss,  res  362  Seventh 

Hackett  Samuel,  assistant  Dr  I  S  Halsey,  res  869  Washington 

Hackett  W  J,  captain  steamer  Bay  City,  res  1303  Jackson 


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Haden  Michael,  laborer,  res  309  Second 

Hader  Henr}^  poulterer,  res  cor  Cameron  and  Summer 

Hadley  Emeline  Mrs,  res  821  Adeline 

Hadley  J  E,  agt  J  E  Smith,  res  1153  Seventh 

Hadlich  Fredericka  Mrs,  res  s  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Telegraph  ave 
and  Grove 

Hadlich  Louis,  candy  maker,  S  F,  res  s  s  Thirty-eighth  bet  Tele- 
graph ave  and  Grove 

Haelke  H  L,  landscape  gardener,  res  1466  Grove 

Haesloop  Fredericka  Mrs,  res  950  Kirkham 

Hafley  Phillie  Miss,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1069 
West 

Hagamore  Sarah  Mrs,  cook,  810  Alice 

Hagan  Peter  A.,  laborer,  res  567  Fortieth 

Hagar  Carl,  driver  Domestic  Sewing  Machine  Co,  S  F,  res  2  Maple 

Hagar  E  C  Mrs,  artist,  res  Playter  Block 

Hagar  Edward  C,  salesman  Charles  Eaton,  S  F,  res  Summit  ave 

Hagar  James,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Hagar  Matilda  Mrs,  res  2  Maple 

Hageman  Louisa  Mrs,  res  558  Twentieth 

Hagemore  Sarah  Mrs,  domestic,  res  2124  East  Fourteenth 

Hagen  John,  carpenter,  res  483  Merrimac 

Hagen  T  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs  H  T  Wallace,  res  756  Seventh 

Hager  D  C,  commercial  traveler 

Hager  Cfeorge  D,  carpenter,  res  925  Thirty-fifth 

Hager  Ida,  domestic,  1263  Harrison 

Hager  James,  baggage  transfer  S  P  Co,  res  1560  Eighth 

HAGER  LEWIS  N>  proprietor  Nevada  Livery  and  Sale  Stables 
and  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  2814  Telegraph  ave 

Hagerty  David,  lab6rer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Haggart  Charles,  picker  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  cor 
First  and  Franklin 

Haggerty  — ,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Haggerty  Mrs,  res  544  Webster,  rear 

Haggerty  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Haggerty  Dan  (D  Haggerty  &  Co)  res  721  Myrtle 

Haggerty  D  &  Co  (D  Haggerty  and  John  Abraham)  fruits  and 
produce,  res  1734  Seventh 

Haggerty  John,  baker  Ward  Bros,  res  721  Myrtle 

Haggerty  George,  gripman  Oakland  Cable  Co,  res  1625  Grove 

Haggerty  Michael,  speculator,  res  721  Myrtle 

Haggerty  Patrick,  blacksmith,  res  721  Myrtle 

Hagget  A  C  Mrs,  res  860  Clay 

Hagist  Edward,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1561  West 

Hagist  Freda,  res  1925  Webster 

Hagman  P  M,  shipping  and  commission,  res  Fruit  Vale 

Hagstrome  Louise  Miss,  domestic,  res  1313  Madison 

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g  h    Hahn  H  E,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  bds  319  Eleventh 
3  "    Hahn  Henry,  capitalist,  res  1662  Seventh 

Hahn  Henry  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1662  Seventh 

Hahn  J,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  319  Eleventh 

Hahn  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1164  Thirty-second 

Hahn  L  W,  plumber   and   extraman   Engine  Co  No  3,  Oakland 

Fire  Department,  res  661  Ninth 
Hahn  L  W  Mrs,  with  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  661  Ninth 
Hahn  William,  painter,  res  319  Eleventh 
Haiden  Fidereka,  res  239  Harlan 

Haile  F  E,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  Alameda 
Haines  Bertha  Mrs,  nurse,  res  957  Campbell 
Haines  Charles  D,  employe  Academy  of  Science,   S  F,  res  1214 

West 
Haines  Charles  W,  farmer,  res  277  Tenth 
Haines  E  A,  farmer,  res  277  Tenth 
Haines  Frank,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  981  Center 
Haines  Harry,  student,  res  1258  Webster 
Haines  John  J,  farmer,  res  277  Tenth 
Haines  Joseph  D,  electric  pen  printing,  res  1214  West 
Haines  Martin,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Haines  Thornton  W,  farmer,  res  277  Tenth 
Hains  Lawrence,  res  829  Oak 
Hair  Samuel,  plumber,  gasfitter   and    tinner,  960    Seventh,  res 

1087  Third 
Hair  Samuel  Jr,  plumber,  res  1087  Third 
^hJ    !  Haire  James,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  1054  Broadway 
^^    |  Halbert  Hugh,  hostler  New  York  Bakery,  res  cor  Twelfth  and 
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r— ^     Hale  H  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  916  Myrtle 
F~      Hale  H  A  Mrs,  branch  bakery,  533  Eighth 

MJJj  Hale  Harriet  Miss,  teacher  instrumental  music  Hopkins  Academy 
Hale  Horace,  weigher  warehouse  Oakland  Ice  Co,  res  314  Ninth 
Hale  Jennie  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  970  Cypress 
Hale  Lester  M,  clerk  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  1107  Tenth  ave 
Hale  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1107  Tenth  ave 
Hale  R  H  Mrs,  res  1107  Tenth  ave 
Hale  S  J  Mrs,  res  970  Cypress 
Hale  Titus,  dairyman,  res  864  Peralta 
Hale  William  E,  sheriff;  res  1212  Castro 
Hale  William  H,  plumber  J  C  Bullock,  res  1724  Twelfth 
HALEY  C  S.  M.  D,  secretary  Heald's  Business  College,  res  Lake 

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Haley  James,  hostler  Dexter  Stables,  res  736  Linden 
Haley  Michael,  hostler  Oakland  Railroad  Co 

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Haley  Patrick,  wharfinger,  res  814  Brush 

Haley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1815  Seventh 

Haley  Patrick,   laborer  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  416  Seventh 

Hall  — ,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  883  Cedar 

Hall  Agnes,  mender  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  614  Seventeenth 

Hall  Annie  Miss,  res  635  Fourteenth 

Hall  Annie  Miss,  cashier  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Hall  Anthony,  engineer,  res  1158  Union 

Hall  Augustus,  carpenter,  res  970  Cypress 

Hall  Azel  B,  res  1360  Harrison 

Hall  Benjamin,  clerk  U   S  custom  house,  S    F,  res   366  Prospect 

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Hall  Bessie  Miss,  res  635  Fourteenth 
Hall  Bristol,  commercial  traveler,  res  SW  cor  Diamond  and  New 

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Hall  Charles,  salesman  F  R  Stevenson  &  Co,  res  970  Cypress*. 
Hall  Charles,  res  635  Fourteenth 
Hall  Charles  H,  res  1357  Eleventh  ave 
Hall  Charles  H,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  1877  William 
Hall  Clarence  H,  res  1601  Telegraph  ave 
Hall  Edward  L,  collector,  S  F,  res  602  East  Fourteenth 
Hall  Eliza  A  Mrs,  domestic,  res  921  Poplar 
Hall  E  M,  stock  broker,  S  F,  bds  1257  Jackson 
Hall  F  J,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  883  Cedar 
Hall  Frank  B,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Evoy  and  Lusk 
Hall  Frank  M,  lumber  inspector,  S  F,  res  161  Seventh 
Hall  Frank  T,  painter,  res  1256  Alice 
Hall  George,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1610  William 
Hall  George  H,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1010  William 
Hall  George  J,  steward  Grand  Western  Hotel 
H*all  George  M,  miner,  res  1610  William 
Hall 'George  W,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  779  Sixth 
Hall  Georgia  Miss,  res  161  Seventh 
Hall  H  J,  employe  Pope  &  Talbot,  S  F,  res  138  Helen 
Hall  Henry,  painter,  res  517  Ninth 
Hall  Henry  M,  student,  res  1361  Twelfth 
Hall  Hubbard  E,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1601  Telegraph  ave 
Hall  Hubbard  K,  S  F,  res  1601  Telegraph  ave 
Hall  Isaac,  carpenter,  res  970  Cypress 
Hall  J,  cleaner,  res  118  Louise 
Hall  J  A,  employed  P  Co,' res  727  Chester 
Hall  Jasqui  A  Mrs,  res  613  Eighteenth 
Hall  Jennie  Miss,  bds  1257  Jackson 
Hall  Job,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  118  Louise 
Hall  John,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  423  Second 
Hall  John  A,  grocer,  res  1361  Twelfth 
Hall  John  T  (J  T  Hall  &  Co)  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 
Hall  Joseph,  mill  man,  res  690  Market 


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Hall  Joshua,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  614  Seventeenth 

HALL  J  T  &  CO,  druggists,  1451  San  Pablo  ave 

Hall  Kate  Miss,  res  635  Fourteenth 

Hall  M  A  Mrs,  res  1357  Eleventh  ave 

Hall  Mamie  Miss,  res  n  s  Lusk  nr  Fortieth 

Hall  Mary  Mrs,  propr  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  1763  Seventh 

Hall  Mary  D  Mrs,  res  w  s  Lusk  nr  Fortieth 

Hall  May  Miss,  res  1704  Seward 

Hall  Norman  W,  clerk  A  &  P  R  R,  res  Temescal 

Hall  Otho  N,  clerk  Manheim  &  Stafer,  S  F,  res  635  Four- 
teenth 

Hall  of  Records,  Broadway  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 

Hall  Richard,  apprentice  Thomas  Crabtree,  res  415  Fifth 

Hall  Richard  B,  solicitor,  res  161  Seventh 

Hall  R  R,  painter  E  Olney,  res  1733  Market 

Hall  S  A  Douglas,  machinist  Judson  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 
1361  Twelfth 

Hall  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  227  Louise 

Hall  Samuel  P,  district  atty  Alameda  County  and  atty-at-law, 
res  1220  Union 

HALL  THOMAS  Ttf,  D  D  S,  dentist,  office  1104  Broadway,  res 
2203  West 

Hall  Thomas,  hostler,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 

Hall  William,  clerk  S  Vail,  res  Twelfth  nr  Powell 

Hall  William,  carpenter,  res  842  Twenty-ninth 

Hall  William  H,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  758J  Willow 

Hall  William  H,  dairyman,  res  w  s  Lusk  nr  Fortieth 

Hallahan  Alexander,  extra  driver  Engine  No  2,  res  470  Sixth 

Hallahan  Andrew,  propr  Palace  Restaurant,  968  Broadway,  res 
1013  Franklin 

HALLAHAN  BROS  (Thomas  and  George  D)  proprietors  Califor- 
nia Restaurant,  854  Broadway 

Hallahan  Daniel  J,  letter  carrier,  res  856  Harrison 

Hallahan  Florence,  tailor,  954  Broadway,  res  856  Harrison 

HALLAHAN  GEORGE  D  (Hallahan  Bros)  res  967  Frank- 
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Hallahan  Henry  J,  boxmaker  Eagle  Box  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
529  Third 

Hallahan  John,  laborer,  res  529  Third 

Hallahan  Michael  J,  painter,  res  1809  Grove  "*•* 

HALLAHAN  THOMAS  (Hallahan  Bros)  res  1866  Market 

Hallahan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  223  Hannah 

Halle  H,  laborer,  res  655  Washington 

Halle  John,  teamster  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  NE  cor  First  and 
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Hallenbach  Ellen,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Hallenbeck  L  Mrs,  res  937  Willow 

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Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton  (George  H  Hallett,  Pliny  Bartlett  and 
P  E  Dalton)  proprs  Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,  laun- 
dry cor  Fourteenth  and  Kirkham,  office  857  Broadway  and 
56  Sacramento,  S  F 

Hallett  Charles  O  Capt,  commercial  traveler,  res  1472  Twelfth 

Hallett  George  H  (Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton)  res  S  F 

Hallett  John,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Hallett  Thomas,  master  mariner,  res  1156  Broadway 

Halliday  Edward,  waiter,  res  1054  Broadway 

Halliday  William,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1416  Fifteenth 

Halligan  Eliza  Mrs,  res  712  Third  I 

Hallihan  Mrs,  res  712  Third 

Hallnan  William,  finisher  City  Brass  Works,  res  473  Fourth 

Halloran  Annie,  domestic,  res  1125  Adeline 

Halloran  Maurice,  laborer,  res  732  Chester 

Halloran  Maurice,  res  1691  Seventh 

Hainan  James,  harness  maker  Robert  J  Beeby,  res  Alameda 

Hainan  William,  brass  finisher,  720  Washington,  res  473  Fourth 

Haloran  M  Mrs,  dry  goods,  1691  Seventh 

Haloran  Matthew,  laborer,  res  314  B 

Halpin  Dennis,  gardener,  res  569  Twenty-second 

Halpin  J  J,  postal  telegraph,  res  1725  Atlantic 

Halpin  M  Mrs,  res  1725  Atlantic 

Halpin  M  J,  postal  telegraph,  res  1725  Atlantic 

Halpin  M  M,  laborer,  res  1725  Atlantic 

Halpin  Robert,  res  1727  Atlantic 

Hajsey  Gertrude  Miss,  res  178  Tenth 

Halsey  Henry  L,  salesman,  res  1303  Thirteenth  ave    — ~ 

Halsey  I  S,  dentist,  869  Washington,  res  178  Tenth 

Halsey  Kate  Miss,  res  178  Tenth 

Halsey  Norman,  res  178  Tenth 

Halsey  Wilbur,  res  178  Tenth 

Halsted  &  Co,  florists,  1312  Myrtle 

Halsted  Edson  O,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1703  Eighth 

Halsted  Incubator  Co,  1312  Myrtle 

Halsted  James  M  (Halsted  &  Co)  res  1312  Myrtle 

Halsted  K  K  Mrs,  res  1312  Myrtle 

Ham  Charles  W,  milkman,  res  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit  Vale 
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Ham  H  H  Mrs,  seamstress  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  1409 
Tenth 

Ham  Nellie  Miss,  seamstress  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  1409 
Tenth 

Hamb  Katie  Miss,  res  1906  San  Pablo  ave 

Hamb  William  J,  driver  Hose  Co  No  2,  Oakland  Fire  Depart- 
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Hambey  George,  carpenter,  res  1739  Filbert 

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Meese  agts,  459  Ninth 
Hamby  John,  carpenter,  1747  Filbert 
Ham  by  Walter  H,  railroad  employe,  res  467  Tenth 
Hamel  Felicity,  teacher,  res  1424  Tenth 
Hamel  Peter,  carpenter,  res  1424  Tenth 
H  AMELIN  WILLIAM,  blacksmith,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Third, 

res  805  Clay  , 

Hamerton  E  Mrs,  res  1249  Center 
Hamilton  A,  clerk  Jacob  Waerner,  res  SW   cor   Thirteenth  and 

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Hamilton  A  Mrs,  res  s  s  Fortieth  bet  Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 
Hamilton  A  C  Miss,  res  1267  Fifth  ave 

Hamilton  Anna  Mrs,  res  Fortieth  nr  Telegraph  ave,  Temescal 
Hamilton  A  W,  butcher,  res  1119  Jefferson 
HAMILTON  &    BROWN  (W    T  Hamilton    and  Albert  Brown) 

undertakers,  466  and  468  Thirteenth 
Hamilton  Clara  F  Mrs,  res  1165  Jackson 

HAMILTON  &  CO  (Hugh  Hamilton    and   J    C   Burdick)    pro- 
prietors Cape  Ann  Bakery,  cor  Eleventh  and  Clay 
Hamilton  Ed  H,  reporter  Tribune,  res  1271  Jackson 
Hamilton  E  S,  clerk,  res  1267  Fifth  ave    =z=— 
Hamilton  Frank,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1514  Seventh 
Hamilton  Hall,  J  C  Gilson  propr,  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Jeffer- 
son 
Hamilton  Hugh  (Hamilton  &  Co)  res  1059  Clay 
Hamilton  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hamilton  John  C,  deputy  and  tax  collector,  res  737  Filbert 
Hamilton  John  R,  laborer  J  C  Ainsworth,  Vernon  ave  nr  Pagoda 

Hill 
Hamilton  Laurentin  Mrs,  res  1165  Jackson 
Hamilton  L  W  Mrs,  res  316  Tenth 
Hamilton  Magdalene  Mrs,  nurse,  res  837 J  Brush 
Hamilton  Maggie  Miss,  clerk  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  1059  Clay 
Hamilton  Napier,  carpenter,  res  1573  Seventh 
Hamilton  Nettie  Miss,  res  1271  Jackson 
Hamilton  Noble,  judge  Superior  Court,  Department  1,  res    1271 

Jackson 
Hamilton  Oswald,  butcher,  San  Leandro,  res  1573  Seventh 
Hamilton  Robert,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park  nr 

Ettie 
Hamilton  William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hamilton  William  B,  deputy  county  recorder,  res  1271  Jackson 
Hamilton  William  H  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1325  Sixteenth  ave 
Hamilton  William  T  (Hamilton  &  Brown)  res  466  Thirteenth 
Hamiston  William,  carpenter,  res  468  East  Eleventh 
Hamlin  H  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1067  Twelfth  ave 


W.W.  MONTAGUE  &  CO., 


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SJllO^K*     MlMft       »nd   Black  Walnut   Lumber.     Uurnham, 
WU5UI      A     iiiVj    standeford  &  Co.,  1st  and  Washington  Sts. 


OAKLAND. 


351 


Hamlin  Walter  S    Rev,   pastor    Second  Congregational    Church, 

Chase,  res  1704  Eighth 
Hamm  Nicholas,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  Alta  House 
Hamm  Siegmund,  steward  steamer  Columbia,  res  657  Alice 
Hammack  Charles  R,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  730 

Myrtle 
Hammack  George  K,  laborer,  res  730  Myrtle 
Hammack  Joel  D,  feeder  Pacific  Iron  and    Nail    Works,  res  730 

Myrtle 
Hammack  Sallie  A  Mrs,  res  730  Myrtle 
Hammarschmedt  August,  musician,  res  521  Eighteenth 
Hammer  Addie  Miss,  milliner  Mrs  S  Silberberg,  res  1503  Twelfth 
Hammer  Cordelia  J  Mrs,    teacher  Tompkins   School,    res    1157 

Market 
Hammer  Ina  Miss,  teacher  Temescal  School,  res  1157  Market 
Hammer  John  F,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1503  Twelfth 
Hammer  Sam  K>,  printer,  res  1157  Market 
Hammersley  Alfred  S,  carpenter,  res  1115  East  Twenty-fifth 
Hammersley  Eliza  P  Mrs,  res  1115  East  Twenty-fifth 
Hammett  F  M,  horse  trainer  P  Pumyea,  res  858  Clay 
Hammon  Albert,  cigar  maker,  869  Broadway,  res  613  Fifteenth 
Hammon  Harry,  mechanic,  res  713  Brush   _ 
Hammond  Helen  Mrs,  res  1686  Eighth 
Hammond  Horace  A,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  862  Chester 
Hammond  Ida  Miss,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Lynde 
Hammond  Mabel  Miss,  millinery,  res  1686  Eighth 
Hammond  Richard  H,  clerk  Salinger's,  res  579  Twentieth 
Hammond  William  A,  jeweler,  res  cor  Peralta  ave  and  Lynde 
Hampel  Alice  Miss,  res  1120  Sixteenth  ave 
Hampel  Andrew,  commercial  traveler,  res  1271  Twelfth  ave 
Hampel  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  582  East  Twelfth,  res  1120  Six- 
teenth ave 
Hampel  Conrad  F,  bakery,  761  East  Twelfth  - 
Hampel  C  F,  blacksmith,  1414  Broadway 
Hampel  Edward,  harness   maker    Robert  J  Beeby,  res  761  East 

»     Twelfth 
Hampel  Frank,  salesman,  res  1120  Sixteenth  ave 
Hampel  Henry,  blacksmith,  801    East  Fourteenth,  res  1120  Six- 
teenth ave 
Hampel  Mary  Miss,  res  1120  Sixteenth  ave 
Hampton  G  B  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  828  Wood 
Hampton  J  &  Co  (John  and  James  Hampton)  wood  and   coal, 

1600  Telegraph  ave 
Hampton  James  (J  Hampton  &  Co)  res  1600  Telegraph  ave 
Hampton  John  (J  Hampton  &  Co)  res  1608  Telegraph  ave 
Hampton  W  G,  plumber  S  P  Co,  res  828  Wood 
Hanavan  &  Baldrig  (E    M   Hanavan  and  Sarah  Baldrig)  proprs 
Alcazar,  1156  Broadway 


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Hanavan  Bridget  Mrs,  res  1559  West 

Hanavan  E  M  Mrs  (Hanavan  &  Baldrig)  res  1156  Broadway 

Hanavan  J  P,  butcher,  cor  Twenty-second  and  West,res  Broadway 

Hanavan  Philip  (McManus  &  Hanavan)  res  1942  Myrtle 

Hancock  Charles  S,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 

Hancock  Hall,  377  Twelfth 

Hancock  Maria  Mrs,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 

Hancock  Martha  A  Mrs,  res  1326  Eighth  ave 

Hancock  Susan  Mrs,  res  1559  Eighth 

Hand  P  Mrs,  res  511  Twenty-third 

Hand  Patrick,  hostler,  res  1637  Myrtle 

Hand  P  V,  laborer,  res  513  Twenty-fourth 

Handley  J  E,  law  student  Davis  &  Hill,  res  Alameda 

Handlos  O  A,  salesman  W  H  Nolan  &  Co,  res  508J  Fifteenth 

Handy  B  Mrs,  res  1169  West 

Handy  Bray  ton  E  (Handy,  Briggs  &  Gray,  S  F)  res  1169  West 

Handy  Helen  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Institute,  S  F,  res  Blake  House 

Handy  J  B,  whitewashes  res  2011  Chestnut 

Handv  Lucien  H,  bookkeeper  Handy,  Briggs  &  Gray,    S  F,    res 

1169  West 
Hanekamp  Anna  Miss,  res  914  East  Twenty-fourth 
Hanford  James  M,  paymaster  S  P  Co,  res  1205  Peralta 
Hanford  Mae  Miss,  res  1205  Peralta 
Hanford  W  T,  draughtsman,  res  1220  Cypress 
Hang  Gustave  A,  machinist,  res  1405  Eighteenth 
Hang  Louise,  servant  girl,  1212  Clay 
Hanifln  Alice  Miss,  res  1403  Grove 
Hanifin  Eliza  Miss,  res  1403  Grove 
H  AN  I  Fl  N  J  J,  chairman  Board  of  Supervisors  and  liquor  dealer, 

SW     cor     Broadway    and    Seventh,    and    propr    Hanifin's 

Billiard  Parlors,  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington, 

res  1403  Grove 
Hanifin  Nonie  Mrs,  res  571  Tenth 
Hanifin's  Billiard    Parlors,  J  J   Hanifin  propr,   Fourteenth   bet 

Broadway  and  Washington 
Hanily  Katie  W,  domestic,  1404  Harrison 
Hanipel  Louise  Miss,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood 
Hanks  John  G,  detective,  res  962  Clay 
HANKS  L  MISS,  lodging  house,  461J  Fourth,  res  same 
Hanks  L  J,  telegraph  operator  S  P  Co,  res  313  Ninth 
Hanlan  William,  employe  brass  works,  res  473  Fourth 
Hanley  Ida  Mrs,  res  2102  Telegraph  ave 
Hanley  James,  clerk  M  Hanley,  res  1507  Seventh 
Hanley  James,  dry  goods,  584  East  Twelfth,  res  579  East  Twelfth 
Hanley  Julia,  res  cor  Howard  and  Howe  off  Piedmont  ave 
Hanley  Martin,  res  1507  Seventh 
Hanley  Mary  Miss,  warping  department  California  Cotton  Mills, 

res  1082  Fourteenth  ave 


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Hanley  Mary  A  Miss,  bookkeeper  M  Hanley,  res  1507  Seventh 
Han  ley  Michael,  grocer,  1507  Seventh 
Hanley  M  J,  clerk  Camilloni  &  Co,  res  577  Twenty-second 
Hanley  Sarah,  finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1082  Fourteenth 


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Hanley  William  J,  letter  carrier,  res  1082  Fourteenth  ave 

Hanlon  Andrew,  blacksmith,  res  812  Wood 

Hanlon  John  Jr,  lineman  Sunset  Telephone  Telegraph  Co,  res  812 
Wood 

Hanlon  Margaret  Mrs,  res  812  Wood 

Hanlon  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  812  Wood 

Hanly  Kate  W,  domestic,  567  Eleventh 

Hanly  Margaret  Miss,  domestic,  res  2121  East  Fourteenth 

Hanly  Patrick,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  783  Castro 

Hanly  Thomas,  saloon,  1323  Fourteenth 

Hanna  Cecil  L,  traveling  agt  U  P  R  R,  S  F,  res  1510  Market 

Hanna  Florence  M  Miss,  teacher  languages,  res  1146  Adeline 

Hanna  Howard  W,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  1146  Adeline 

HANNA  JAMES  L  postmaster,  Fourteenth  bet  Washington  and 
Broadway,  res  1146  Adeline 

Hanna  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1462  Thirteenth 

Hanna  Katie,  flannel  department  Cal   Hosiery  Co,  res  Alameda 

Hanna  Kate  Mrs,  res  1129  Myrtle 

Hanna  R  M,  employe  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  w  s  Claremont  ave 
nr  Telegraph  ave 

Hanna  William,  laborer,  res  615  East  Sixteenth 

Hannaford  Edwin  T,  miller  Golden  Gate  Mills,  res  909  Alice 

Hannan  Bridget,  domestic,  res  770  Tenth 

Hannan  Charles,  bookkeeper  Greenhood  &  Moran,  res  658  Ade- 
line 

Hannan  James  J,  paper  hanger,  res  718  Eleventh 

Hannan  John,  carpenter,  res  658  Adeline 

Hannan  John,  fireman,  res  1462  Thirteenth 

Hannan  J  H,  res  1 105  Thirteenth  ave 

Hannan  Mary,  domestic,  1300  Madison 

Hannavan  J  P,  grocer,  1559  West,  res  1156  Broadway 

Hannibal  Lucy  D  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  864  Campbell 

Hannigan  John,  boiler  maker,  res  136  Hannah 

Hanniman  — ,  res  1803  Seventh 

Hannon  Michael,  laborer,  res  127  Hannah 

HANRAHAN  LIZZIE  MRS,  groceries,  229  Third 

Hanrecks  Dora,  domestic,  1372  Harrison 

Hans  George  J,   bookkeeper  Brooklyn    Brewery,  res  871  East 
Fourteenth 

Hansan  Henry  D,  teamster,  res  cor  First  and  Franklin 

Hansan  Mary,  cook  William  C  B  De  Fremery,  Prospect  ave 

Hansen  A  D  Miss,  res  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 

Hansen  August,  clerk  Eiben  &  Nor,  res  941  Peralta 


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Hansen  Carl,  photographer,  res  1003  Twenty -second 

Hansen  Catharina  M  Miss,  servant,  1054  Tenth 

Hansen  Charles,  watchman  steamer  Oakland,  res  372  First 

Hansen  Christ,  dairyman,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Hansen  Edward,  driver  Oakland   Brewery,  res  cor  Twenty-first 

and  Broadway 
Hansen  Ferdinand,  painter,  res  Shuey  Lane,  Fruit  Vale 
Hansen  George  M,  painter,  res  463  B 
Hansen  Hannah,  domestic,  1322  Adeline 

Hansen  Henry,  teamster  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  cor  First  and  Frank- 
lin 
HH  *   j  Hansen  H  L,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1009  Campbell 
Hansen  I  C,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1207  Adeline 
Hansen  J,  painter  Michigan  Furniture  Co,  res  403  B 
Hansen  John,  gardener,  res  Overland  House 
Hansen  John,  seaman,  res  125  Ettie 
Hansen  J  Theodore,  res  1702  Thirteenth  ave 
Hansen  J  Theodore  D,  saloon,  380  Tenth,  res  374  Tenth 
Hansen  Karl  J,  watchman,  res  372  First 
Hansen  Kate  Miss,  domestic,  res  1054  Tenth 
Hansen  Katie  Miss,  domestic,  664  Twelfth 
Hansen  Martin,  deck  hand  steamer  Oakland,  res  3  Maple 
Hansen  Peter,  teamster,  res  831  Franklin 
Hansen  Peter  R,  tailor,  res  1061  East  Fifteenth 
Hansen  Robert,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1700  Eighth 
Hansen   Samuel  E  D,  teamster  Oakland  Brewery,    res    1551 J 

Broadway 
Hansen  Theodore,  res  1702  East  Twenty-fourth 
Hansen's  Hall,  SW  cor  Goss  and  Wood 
Hanson  Andrew,  gardener,  1545  Webster 
Hanson  Andrew,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  115  Hanna 
Hanson  Benjamin,  deck  hand  steamer  Oakland,  res  1259  Campbell 
Hanson  Clarence  D,  carpenter,  res  714  Tenth 
Hanson  Dora  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hanson  E  H,  ship  Camdelosy,  res  1317  Sixteenth  ave 
Hanson  Ellen  Mrs,  groceries,  1252  Cypress 
Hanson  Frederick   H,  salesman  M   J  Keller,  res  Grand  Central 

Hotel 
Hanson  J  C,  sea  captain,  res  1061  Willow 
Hanson  James  W,  traveling  agt,  res  1359  Thirteenth  ave 
Hanson  Laurence,  laborer,  res  1252  Cypress 
Hanson  Major,  glass  blower,  bds  1004  Third 
Hanson  Nora,  domestic,  958  Fourteenth 
Hanson  Robert,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1700  Eighth 
Hanson  Sarah  W  Miss,  res  1214  East  Twelfth 
Hanson  Sophie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hanson  T  N,  saloon,  455  Eighth,  res  711  Brush 
Hanson  William,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1616  Taylor 


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Woodward  Is  Ule, 


NEGOTIATIONS      AND      INVEST- 
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OAKLAND. 


355 


Hantz  Gundal,  res  826  Lydia 

Hanush  Joseph,  harness  maker  Robert  J   Beeby,  res  214  Harlan 

Hanzo  Auguste,  cook,  res  867  Cedar 

Happ  Alfred,  res  809  East  Sixteenth 

Happ  Daniel  J,  res  809  East  Sixteenth 

Happ  Simon,  contractor,  res  698  Twenty-sixth 

Haralson  Carrie  D  Miss,  res  63  Valley 

Haralson  Nettie  L  Miss,  res  63  Valley 

Haralson  W  D  Mrs,  res  63  Valley 

Harbert  John  W,  clerk  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1456  Linden 

Harbinson  George  W,  painter,  res  1707  Lincoln 

Harden  Eliza  C  Mrs,  res  941  Union 

Harden  Frank  B,  newspaper  agt,  res  943  Union 

Hardenberg  Charles  P,  news  stand,  Brooklyn  Station,  res  613 
East  Twelfth 

Hardesty  E  P,  cattle  raiser,  res  626  East  Fourteenth 

Hardesty  P  F;  carpenter,  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Hardie  Emma  Miss,  res  918  Poplar 

Hardie  Louis  W,  res  918  Poplar 

Harding  August  Sr,  chemist,  res  416  Tenth 

Harding  F,  propr  Brooklyn  House,  res  1103  East  Twelfth 

Harding  Franz,  bartender,  res  653  Broadway 

Harding  James  W,  attv-at-law,  res  952  Kirkham 

Harding  J  G  (Harding,  Brann  &  Prior,  S  F)  res  768  Twelfth 

Harding  J  Herbert,  bookkeeper,  res  768  Twelfth 

Harding  John,  gardener,  res  653  Washington 

Harding  Joseph,  laborer  Brooklyn  Tannery,  res  Brooklyn  Ho- 
tel" 

Harding  Mary  Miss,  res  416  Tenth 

Harding  R  T,  lawyer,  res  416  Tenth 

Harding  T  E  Mrs,  bds  1213  Jefferson 

Harding   Theresa,  domestic,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Broadway 

Hardman  James  H,  clerk  Geo  R  Read,  res  219  Tenth 

Hardman  John,  shipwright,  res  883  Bay 

Hard  wick  Daisy  Miss,  res  1470  Twelfth 

Hardwick  Edward  N,  master  mariner,  res  1470  Twelfth 

Hardwick  E  P,  master  mariner,  res  1470  Twelfth 

Hardwick  Fred,  tailor,  res  1408  Tenth 

Hardwick  H,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Franklin 

Hardy  Charles  G,  salesman  W  B  Hardy,  res  1383  Franklin 

Hardy  D  Mrs,  res  1684 J  Eighth 

Hardy  Emma  N  Miss,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  1363  Brush 

Hardy  Frank  D,  bookkeeper  Alex  Mackey,  res  570  East  Eight- 
eenth 

Hardy  Harry  D  (F  J  Edwards  &  Co),  res  1684 J  Eighth 

Hardy  Joseph,  barber  W  H  Stewart 

Hardy  J  S,  bookkeeper,  res  1383  Franklin 

Hard}^  Lowell  J,  capitalist,  res  715  Market 


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Hardy  Mary  M  Mrs,  agt  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co  of  New  Vork, 

res  1375  Broadway 
Hardy  Sadie  M  Miss,  student,  res  1375   Broadway 
Hardy  Tracy  S,  bookkeeper  W  B  Hardy,  res  1383  Franklin 
Hardy  W  Frank,  clerk  W  B  Hardy,  res  1383  Franklin 
HARDY   WILLIAM   B.  bookseller,  stationer  and  news  dealer,  961 

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Hare  George,  machinist  Palmer  &  Rey,  S  F,  res  1719  Lincoln 
Hare  Jane,  res  276  East  Fourteenth 
Hare  S  J  Mrs,  res  Golden  Eagle  Hotel 
Haren  Michael,  clerk  J  J  O'Brien,  res  1024  Willow 
Harford  Andrew  J,  horseshoer  Hugh  Frazer,  res  1014  Webster 
Harfst  Herman,  groceries,  1932  Broadway 

Harft  Richard,  clerk  L  E  Chartrand,  res  cor  First  and  Broadway 
Hargadon  Nora  Miss,  domestic,  923  Linden 
Hargan  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Seventh 
Haring  D  M,  res  cor  Eleventh  and  Folsom 
Harjes  H  Mrs,  res  862  Chester 
Harjes  William,  clerk,  S  F,  res  862  Chester 
Harkin  Sarah  Mrs,  res  527  East  Eleventh 
Harkins  Daniel  H,  pipemaker  O  C  Kirk,  res  1422  Sixth  ave 
Harkins  John,  employe  Vernon  Park  Dairy,  res  NW  cor  College 
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Harkins  John,  peddler,  res  913  Eighteenth 

Harkinson  Bessie  Miss,  res  1951  Grove 

Harkinson  Charles,  capitalist,  res  1951  Grove 

Harkinson  Daniel,  clerk  0  C  Coiner,  res  1951  Grove 

Harkness  Fergus  M,  photographer,  res  556  East  Twelfth 

Harland  Arthur  (Owens  &  Harland)  res  564  Twenty-second  ^. 

Harland  Charles,  piano  tuner,  res  1611  Thirteenth  ave 

Parley  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  721  Andre 

Harlon  Lucy  Mrs,  res  855  Washington 

Harlow  Charles  A,  salesman  Agard  &  Co,  res  415  Durant 

Harlow   Edward  W,  tackmaker  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
1224  Franklin 

Harlow  Frank,  laborer,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  College  ave 

Harlow  Lucy  I  Miss,  res  953  Clay 

Harlow  Robert,  laborer,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  College  ave 

Harlow  Wilbur  B,  clerk,  res  Vernon  ave  nr  College  ave 

Harlow  William  S,  under  sheriff,  res  953  Clay 

Harman  James,  carpenter,  res  2120  Union 

Harmon  A  K  P,  capitalist  and  pres  Consolidated.  Imperial  Min- 
ing Co,  S  F,  res  1568  Webster 

HARMON  A  K  P  JR( Harmon  &  Sears)  res  cor  East  Fourteenth 
and  Park,  Fruit  Vale 

Harmon  E  E  Mrs,  housekeeper  Oriental  House 

Harmon  M  E,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

HARMON  R>  physician  and  surgeon,  969  Broadway,  room  63 

HARMON  &  SEARS  (AK  P  Harmon  Jr  and  H  B  Sears  Jr)  gen- 
eral agents  collection  and  insurance,  472  Tenth 

Harmon  William  H,  with  C  A  King,  res  578  Sixteenth 

Harnett  Benjamin  J,  purser  steamer  New  York,  res  1316  Seventh 
ave 

Harney  James,  peddler,  552  Broadway,  res  720  Chestnut 

Harney  James  T,  produce  merchant,  res  516  Forty-fifth 

Harney  Mary  Miss,  res  1770  Division 

Harney  Michael,  laborer,  720  Chestnut 

Harney  William  J,  dealer  in  fruit  and  produce,  res  ss  Forty-fifth 
nr  Telegraph  ave 

Harper   Fred,  boiler  maker  Oakland  Boiler  Works,  res  NW  cor 
Twenty-fourth  and  Myrtle 

Harper  H  Mrs,  res  574  Thirty-fourth 

Harper  Joseph,  propr  Harper's  Exchange,  cor  Telegraph  ave  and 
Thirty-ninth 

HARPERS  EXCHANGE,  Miss  K  H  Volger  proprietor,  SW  cor 
Thirty-ninth  and  Telegraph  ave 

Harraher  Mary  Mrs,  res  1319  Twelfth 

Harrell  Alfred  Mrs,  res  118  Eleventh 

Harrell  L  A  Mrs,  res  118  Eleventh 

Harries  W  H,  banker,  S  F,  res  1361  Jackson 

Harrigan  Daniel,  shoemaker,  res  1605  Myrtle 


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Harrigan  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1687  Seventh 

Harrigan  John,  roller  Pacific  Iron  &  Nail  Works,  res  1007  Third 

Harring  Carrie  Mrs,  res  821  Market 

Harring  Lenhart,  fruit  dealer,  res  562  Fourth 

Harrington  Mrs,  res  807  Isabella 

Harrington  Annie  L  Miss,  res  755  Market 

Harrington  Charles,  driver  Taylor  &  Lohse,  res  576  Twentieth 

Harrington  Charles  F,  painter,  res  1012  Webster 

Harrington  Charles  H,  cigar  maker,  res  1012  Webster 

Harrington  Charles  J,  butcher,  res  755  Market 

Harrington  C  W,  physician,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Harrington  Daniel  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  755  Market 

Harrington  George,  capitalist,  res  328  East  Fourteenth 

Harrington  John  F,  butcher,  755  Market 

Harrington  John  H,  res  957  Campbell 

Harrington  Julia  Mrs,  res  722  Linden 

Harrington  Mary  Miss,  domestic,  res  807  Isabella 

Harrington  Mary  A  Miss,  saleslady  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1012 

Webster 
Harrington  Michael,  laborer,  res  655  Linden 
Harrington  Phineas,  res  1936  Linden 
Harrington   Thomas,   clerk    Contra   Costa    Water  Co,    res   807 

Isabella 
Harrington  Thomas  F,  bookkeeper  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  cor  First 

and  Franklin 
Harrington  Timothy,  laborer,  res  755  Market 
Harrington  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1763  Seventh 
Harrington    Walter  S  (Warford  &  Harrington)   res   San  Pablo 

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Harrington  William,  carpenter,  res  413  Ninth 
Harrington  William  H,  harness  maker,  S  F,  res  1873  William 
Harris  A  C,  professor  mathematics  California  Military  Academy 
Harris  A  H  Mrs,  res  1164  Peralta 
Harris  Alfred,  barber,  res  313  Sixth 
Harris  Ann  Mrs,  res  1132  Adeline 
Harris  &  Baker  (Henry  Harris  and  T  A  Baker)  proprs  Santa 

Rosa  Wine  Store,  7  and  9  City  Market 
Harris  &  Beel  (J  L  Harris  and  M  S  Beel)  clothing,  909  and  911 

and  1109  Broadway 
Harris  Ben,  res  690  East  Thirty-second 
Harris  Bessie  Miss,  compositor,  S  F,  res  1319  Tenth 
Harris  E  A,  insurance  agt,  1766  Division 
Harris  Edith  Miss,  res  1319  Tenth 
Harris  Edwin  Mrs,  res  829  Oak 

Harris  Edwin  F,  clerk  Montague  &  Co,  S  F,  res  829  Oak 
Harris  Frank,  canvasser,  res  520  Third 

Harris  Frank,  horse  trainer,  res  SE  cor  Harrison  and  Twelfth 
Harris  George,  agt  Dewing  &  Co,  res  715  Jefferson 


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Harris  George  L,  mechanical  and  marine  engineer,  S  F,  res  1215 

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Harris  George  W,  liquor  merchant,  res  690  East  Thirty-second 
Harris  Henry,  waiter  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  760  Franklin,  rear 
Harris  Henry  (Harris  &  Baker)  res  Santa  Rosa 
Harris  I  Ham,  land  agt  for  University,  res  1240  Adeline 
Harris  J  L  (Harris  &  Beel)  res  214  Twelfth 
Harris  James,  upholsterer,  res  610  Fifth 
Harris  John,  clerk  Harris  &  Baker,  res  413  Twelfth 
Harris  John  A,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1263  Center 
Harris  John  H,  land  agt,  res  1240  Adeline 
Harris  John  N,  ship  carpenter,  res  1319  Tenth,  West  Oakland 
Harris  Joseph,  clothing,  915  Broadway,  res  212  Twelfth 
Harris  Joseph,  cook,  res  711  Webster 
Harris  L  Miss,  res  669  East  Twenty-fourth 

Harris  Lillian  V  Miss,  propr   Chicago    Kindergarden,  1766  Di- 
vision 
Harris  Lulu  Miss,  res  690  East  Thirty-second 
Harris  Marcus  (Frank,  Lewis  &  Co)  res  592  Sycamore 
Harris  M  C,  pastor  Japanese  Mission,  612  Fifteenth,  res  568  Fif- 
teenth 
Harris  M  H  Mrs,  lodging  house,  860  Broadway 
Harris  Nellie  Miss,  res  690  East  Thirty-second 
Harris  Nellie  M,  violin  teacher,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 
Harris  R  W,  livery  stable,  S  F,  res  Eleventh  nr  Folsom 
Harris  Sabin,  capitalist,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 
Harris  Sabin  Jr,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 
Harris  Sadie  Miss,  res  1215  Brush 
Harris  Stephen  D,  miner,  res  1279  Eighth  ave 
Harris  Timothy,  brass  finisher,  S  F,  res  1266  Twenty-sixth 

Harris  William  H,  steward,  res  1417  Thirteenth  — ■ 

Harris  W  T,  res  1766  Division 

HARRISON  &  B0YCE  (T  G  Harrison  and  S  B  Boyce)  wholesale 

and  retail  grocers,  411  Twelfth 
Harrison  George  W,  res  1710  Nineteenth  ave 
Harrison  J  L  C,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Harrison  John,  machinist  and  engineer,  res  714  Eighteenth 
Harrison  Joseph  M,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  808  Clay 
Harrison  M  L  Mrs,  res  1710  Nineteenth  ave 

Harrison  Robert,  custom  house,  S  F,  res  1070  East  Twenty-first 
Harrison  S  Mrs,  res  East  Twenty-seventh  nr  Twenty  second  ave 
Harrison  Sarah  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Harrison  Simon  N,  contractor  and  builder,  res  w  s  Shattuck  ave 

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Harrison  Street  School,  Mrs  Harriette  M  Mullen  principal,  NE 

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Harrison  Thomas  G  (Harrison  &  Boyce)  and  councilman  Fourth 
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Harrison  William  B,  ship  carpenter,  res  1713  Seward 

Harrod  Joseph  A,  janitor,  res  1G31  Myrtle 

Harrold  E  A  Mrs,  res  Blake  House 

Harrold  Elizabeth  C  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Harrold  Frank,  cashier,  S  F,  res  cor  Adeline  and  Sherman 

Harrold  George  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Harrold  James,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Harrold  M  A  Miss,  res  558  Twentieth 

Harrold  Mary  L  Miss,  res  Monroe  nr  Adeline 

Harshburger    Sherman    C,    salesman    Salinger's,    res    1437    San 

Pablo  ave 
Harsice  Charles,  packer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  725 

Market 
Hart  Alfred,  artist,  res  617  Tenth 
Hart  Barnev,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co,  res  cor  Second  and 

Clay 
Hart  Charles,  compositor,  res  451  Ninth  ave 
Hart  C  W,  res  Webers  Hotel 

Hart  Daniel,  saloon,  622  Broadway,  res  423  Second 
Hart  Ellen  D  Miss,  seamstress,  res  451  East  Tenth 
Hait  Jackson,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1069  Market 
Hart  James,  capitalist,  res  1607  Brush 

Hart  John  A,  asst  undertaker  Henry  Evers,  res  865  Washington 
Hart  J  Withrow,  student,  res  1069  Market 
Hart  Mary  A,  seamstress,  res  451  Ninth  ave 
Hart   Mary  J,  employe  hosiery  department  California  H osier v 

Co,  res  451  Tenth 
Hart  M  L  Mrs,  res  1918  Filbert 
Hart  Nellie  D,  seamstress,  res  451  Ninth  ave 
Hart  Richard  Mrs,  res  451  East  Tenth 
Hart  Richard  B,  butcher,  res  451  Ninth  ave 
Hart  William,  wine  packer,  res  823  Henry 
Hart  William  L,  student,  res  1069  Market 
Hartford  Fire  Insurance  Co,  Strong  &  Co  agts,  470  Ninth    • 
Hartford  Steam  Boiler  Insurance  and  Inspection  Co,  H  Griffin 

agt,  958  Broadway 
Hartigan  Pat,  laborer,  res  408  Sixth 
Hartman  Emma  Miss,  domestic,  1057  Center 
Hartman  William,  painter,  S  F,  res  227  Eighth 
Hartmann  Henry  J,  ship  carpenter,  res  1425  Eleventh 
Hartmann  John,  calker,  res  883  Bay 
Harton  William,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Fifth  nr 

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Hartstone  Harry,  baker,  res  468  Fifth 

Hartstone  Harry,  driver  Christopher  Jaenicke.  res  815  Broadway 
Hartwick  F  H,  tailor,  res  1408  Tenth 
Hartwig  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  1232  Chestnut 
Hartwig  Daisy  B  Miss,  res  1232  Chestnut 


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Hartwig  Edward  A,  plumber,  res  1232  Chestnut 

Harty  Ella,  nurse,  res  614  Filbert 

Harty  Mary,  nurse,  res  614  Filbert 

Harty  Maurice,  laborer,  res  822  Twenty-first 

Harty  Robert,  car  oiler  S  P  Co,  res  614  Filbert 

Harty  Sophia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1477  Fifth 

Hartz  John,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  816  Campbell 

Hartzell  Augusta  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  822  East  Twelfth 

Harvey  Mrs,  dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  Alameda 

Harvey  Charles  D  (Harvey  Heater  Co)  res  566  Caledonia  ave 

Harvey  Dora  Miss,  res  1770  Division 

Harvey  John  H,  plumber,  S  F,  res  1770  Division 

Harvey  Jonah,  gardener,  res  1064  Wood 

Harvey  Le  Roy  G,  city  agt  N  A  Fire  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res 
1128  Filbert 

Harvey  Robert  A,  clerk,  res  1770  Division 

Harvey  S  B  Mrs,  res  714  Fourteenth 

Harvey  W7illiam,  carpenter,  res  1770  Division 

Harvey  W7illiam  Jr,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1770  Division 

Haselbacher  Andreas,  brushmaker,  res  n  s  Fortieth  nr  Linden 

Haselbacher  Charlie,  nurseryman,  res  n  s  Foilieth  nr  Linden 

Haselton  J  C,  mining  operator,  res  1214  Twelfth  ave 

Haskell  Charles  C  F,  shoemaker  Nolan's,  S  F,  res  1769  Goss 

Haskell  Edwin  T,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  868  Chester 

Haskell  Eliza  F  Mrs,  res  868  Chester 

Haskell  Eveline  M  Mrs,  res  1558  Eighth 

Haskell  Hattie  M  Mrs,  cashier  Salinger's,  res  868  Chester 

Haskell  Ira,  lather,  res  527  Seventh 

Haskell  Noyes  P,  carpenter,  res  1558  Eighth 

Haskell  O  P  Mrs,  res  716  Market 

Haskell  Walter  S,  lather,  res  527  Seventh 

Haskin  Enoch  W,  mining,  res  660  Fourteenth 

Haskin  Joseph  W,  mining,  res  660  Fourteenth 

Haskins  Carrie  Miss,  student  Art  School,  res  1210  Seventh 

Haskins  C  W,  mechanic,  res  1210  Seventh 

Haskins  Joseph  W,  miner,  res  660  Fourteenth 

Haslett  John  W,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  829  Peralta 

Hasmer  James  P,  carpenter,  res  860  Harrison 

Hassard  Henry  H,  reporter  R  G  Dun  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1108  East 
Twenty-second 

Hassard  May  Miss,  res  1108  East  Twenty-second 

Hasselbalch  C  P,  ship  carpenter,  res  1209  Fifteenth  ave 

Hassenmaier  A,  tanner  G  F  Crist  &  Sons,  res  Brooklyn  Hotel 

Hassinger  Samuel  K,  contractor  and  builder,  res  611  Seventeenth 

Hast  Edward  S,  accountant  Bank  of  California,  res  cor  Nine- 
teenth ave  and  East  Twenty-seventh 

Hast  Patrick,  laborer,  res  560  Fourth 

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Haston  Joseph,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1479  Twelfth  ave 

Hasty  Thos,  baker  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  NW  cor  Eleventh  and 

Clay 
Haswell  Charles  R,  clerk  F  J  Edwards  &  Co,  res  866  Chester 
Has  well  F  B,  real  estate,  461   Ninth,  rms  2  and   3,  upstairs,  res 

576  Thirty-fourth 
Haswell  F  B  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  576  Thirty-fourth 
Haswell  G  C  Mrs,  res  265  East  Sixteenth 
Haswell  William  P,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  817  Peralta 
Hatch  Mrs,  housekeeper,  Ves  977  Fifth 

Hatch   A  J,  mgr  Postal  Telegraph  Cable  Co,  472  Tenth,  res  Ori- 
ental House 
Hatch  Asa  D  (T  H  Hatch  &  Co)  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res 

1221  Chestnut 
Hatch  Charles  E,  atty-at-law,  res  530  Ninth 
Hatch  E  L,  foreman  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res  318 \ 

Third 
Hatch  Emma  F  Miss,  res  1221  Chestnut 
Hatch  Fred  A  (T  H  Hatch  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1221  Chestnut 
Hatch  Fred  E,  carpenter,  1717  Chase 

Hatch  George,  clerk  McCarron  Bros,  res  1067  Twenty -eighth 
Hatch  H  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1717  Chase 
Hatch  Hiram  E,  house  carpenter,  res  1717  Chase 
Hatch  Isa  Miss,  clerk,  res  977  Fifth 
Hatch  Jabez,  capitalist,  res  1108 J  Broadway 
Hatch  Kate  Mrs,  res  1067  Twenty-eighth 
Hatch  Melissa  A  Mrs,  res  1680  Lincoln 
Hatch  Minnie  L  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  530  Ninth 
Hatch   T  H,    commission   merchant,   S   F,  res  67  East  Twelfth 
Hatch  William,  res  977  Fifth 

Hatch  William  M,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1055  Twelfth  ave 
Hatfield  George  R  (Beatty  &  Hatfield)  res  1260  Fifth  ave 
Hatton  Serina,  nurse,  1301  Webster 
Hauer  J,  carpenter  J  Lusk  Canning  Co,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr 

Telegraph  ave 
Haug  Gustave  A,  machinist,  res  1405  Eighteenth 
Haug  Louisa,  domestic,  1212  Clay 
Haurat  Marcel,  gardener,  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Eighth 
Haure  Henry,  bookkeeper,  res  319  Fourth 
Hauschildt  Henry,  res  1501  Telegraph  ave 

Hausisker  Theodore  (Westermann  &  Co)  res  WashingtonB  rewery 
Haven  C  D,  salesman  W  &  M  Everson,  bds  cor  Fifth  and  Brush 
Haven  Charles  D,  resident  sec  Liverpool  and  London  and   Globe 

Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  Eighth  bet  Linden  and  Chestnut 
Haven  Charles  E,  artist,  res  807  Market 
Haven  Clarence,  tinner,  res  807  Market 
Haven  E  A,  mate,  res  807  Market 
Haven  Fred  L,  insurance,  res  875  Filbert 


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Haven  James  M,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  cor  East  Thirty -sixth  and 

Cameron 
Haven  Mattie  Miss,  res  cor  East  Thirty-sixth  and  Cameron 
Haven  Thomas    E,  teacher  natural  sciences   Hopkins  Academy 
Haven  William  P,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and 

Liriden 
Havens  Albert  W,  sec  Consolidated  Virginia  Mining  Co,  S  F,  res 

1661  Webster 
Havens  Charles  M,  news  dealer,  res  991  Wood 
Havens  Frank  C,  insurance,  S  F,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Havens  F  J,  policy  clerk  Home  Mutual    Insurance  Co,  res  Blake 

House 
Havens  H  B,  rose  grower,  res  Vernon  Heights 
Havens  H  H,  atty-at-law,  res  Blake  House 
Havens  H  H  Mrs,  corresponding  sec   W  C  T  U,  S  F,  res   Blake 

House 
Havens  H  R  (Chapman  &  Havens)  deputy  city  assessor,  res  1059 

Washington 
Havens  John  F,  atty-at-law,  864J  Broadway,  res  820  Fifteenth 
Havens  J  W,  collection  teller  City  Bank,  S  F,  res  Blake  House 
Havey  Hugh,  laborer,  res  674  Twenty-sixth 
Havey  Richard  J,  horse  trainer,  res  2252  Magnolia 
Hawes  L,  helper  E  F  Delger,  res  316J  Third 
Hawes  W  G,  printer  Enquirer,  res  1103 J  Broadway 
Hawey  Oscar,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hawkes  John,  employe  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  765 

Seventh 
Hawkes  John  Jr,  plumber,  res  765  Seventh 
Hawkes  Robert  H,  pressureman  Oakland  Gas  Light  and   Heat 

Co,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Grove 
Hawkett  M  B  Mrs,  res  1651  Lincoln 

Hawkett  W  G,  deputy  city  assessor,  City  Hall,  res  651  Lincoln 
Hawkins  Mrs,  knitter   California  Hosiery  Co,   res  cor   Seventh 

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Hawkins  Aggie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  860  Clay 
Hawkins  Arthur  J,  clerk,  res  476  East  Fourteenth 
Hawkins  Ed,  hostler  Owen  Lafferty,  res  cor  Seventh  andWebster 
Hawkins  G  D  Mrs,  res  476  East  Fourteenth 
Hawkins  H  E,  laborer,  res  357  Seventh 
Hawkins  Let  tie  Miss,  domestic,  1162  Harrison 
Hawkins  L  M  Miss,  res  676  Thirteenth 
Hawkins  Mary  Miss,  res  1115  Willow 

Hawkins  Mary  E  Mrs,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1779  Goss 
Hawkins  Peter,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Hawkins  Walter  L,  mining,  res  1779  Goss 
Hawley  Calvin  H,  tallyman  S  P  Co,  res  1669  Seward 
Hawley  Charles  J  Mrs,  res  1118  Seventh  ave 
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Hawley  George  B,  student,  res  1118  Seventh  ave 

Hawley  George  T  (Hawley  Bros  Hardware  Co)  res  Summit  ave, 

Prospect  Heights 
Hawley  Jacob  C  (Falk,  Hawley  &  Co,  S  F)  res  522  Knox  Place 
Hawley  Levi  H,  with  Hawley  Bros,  S  F,  res  2100  Telegraph  ave 
Hawley  Lydia   M  Mrs,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave  and  East  Four- 
teenth 
Hawley  Marian  E  Miss,  res  1118  Seventh  ave 
Hawley  Mary  A  Miss,  res  522  Knox  Place 
Haws  Albert,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Haws  A  P,  mining,  S  F,  res  629  East  Fourteenth 
Haws  Arthur,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Haws  Eva  Miss,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Haws  Oscar,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Haws  William,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills,  res   NW   cor 

East  Fourteenth  and  Twentieth  ave 
Hawthorn  Wilbourne  W,  engineer,  res  2226  San  Pablo  ave 
Hawthorne  Mary  Mrs,  res  770  Sixth 
Hayden  James,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1120  Third 
Hayden  L  M,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res  Ninth 

bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Hayden  L  W,  dairyman,  res  Fortieth  bet  Adeline  and  Market 
Hayden  Michael,  trackman  S  P  Co,  res  309  Seventh 
Hayden  Thomas,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 
Hayden   William  O    Capt,  master  ship    Two  Brothers,   res   955 

Fifth  ave 
Hayes  — ,  res  1967  Grove 
Hayes  Andrew,  res  Brooklyn,  East  Oakland 
Hayes  Anna  Miss,  res  Brooklyn,  East  Oakland 
Hayes  Annie  Mrs,  housekeeper,  res  717  Linden 
Hayes  Charles  D,  jeweler,  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Watson  ave 
Hayes  Charles  E,  Pacific  Improvement  Co,  S  F,  res  527  East 

Eleventh 
HAYES  &  CO  (Henry  Hayes  and  Lafayette  Brooks)  wholesale 

butchers,  Qoo  East  Twelfth 
Hayes  Daniel,  iron  worker,  Petaluma,  res  1363  Fifteenth 
Hayes  Daniel  E  (Hinckley,  Spiers  &  Hayes,  S  F)  res  909  Linden 
Hayes   D   D,  fire  apparatus   building,   365   Eleventh,  res  1967 

Grove 
Hayes  Edith  Miss,  res  Brooklyn,  East  Oakland 
Hayes  Edward,  shoemaker,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Hayes  Emma  L  Miss,  res  1511  Broadway 
Hayes  George,  carpenter,  res  524  Sixteenth 
Hayes  Harry  P,  grainer,  470  Thirteenth,  res  1511  Broadway 
Hayes  Henry  (Hayes  &  Co)  res  626  East  Fourteenth 
Hayes  Henry  T,  machinist,  res  518  East  Fourteenth 
Hayes  James  (Todd  &  Hayes)  res  456  Tenth 
Hayes  Johanna  Mrs,  varieties,  822  Willow 


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Hayes  John,  plumber  James  Wilson,  res  1432  Linden 

Hayes  John  Mrs,  washing,  res  1510  Third 

Hayes  John  B,  res  1511  Broadway 

Hayes  John  F,  salesman  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  1511  Broad- 
way 

Hayes  Lida  N  Miss,  res  1511  Broadway 

Hayes  M,  grocer,  res  769  Market 

Hayes  Martin  J,  clerk  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1510  Third 

Hayes  Michael,  grocer,  769  Market 

Hayes  Mike,  hostler  and  gardener,  2502  Telegraph  ave 

Hayes  Raymer  W,  grainer,  res  1511  Broadway 

Hayes  Susan  G  Mrs,  res  609  East  Park 

Hayes  Susie,  domestic,  1201  Alice 

Hayes  Theresa  Miss,  domestic,  966  Peralta 

Hayes  Thomas,  stone  cutter,  res  Cor  John  and  Piedmont  ave 

Hayes  Thomas  R,  res  1407  Eighth 

Hayes  William  J,  wrapper  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1510  Third 

Hayes  W  P,  butcher,  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  Twenty-third,  res 
609  East  Park 

Hayles  Henry,  pile  driver  S  P  Co,  res  1865  Short 

Hayne  Mary  Miss,  res  757  Grove 

Hayne  R  H,  musician,  res  757  Grove 

Haynes  Abigail  Mrs,  res  1107  Tenth  ave 

Haynes  Annie  B  Miss,  res  1108  East  Twenty-first 

Haynes  Benjamin  W,  res  1527  Seventh  ave 

Haynes  Cora  E,  res  1108  East  Twenty-first 

Haynes  Daniel,  res  1108  East  Twenty-first 

Haynes  D  P  (Wright  &  Haynes)  res  544  Twentieth 

Haynes  Edwin  E,  carpenter,  res  1108  East  Twenty -first 

Haynes  Hiram,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1866  Division 

Hays  Alonzo,  res  858  Clay 

Hays  Annie  E,  vocalist,  res  1672  Lincoln 

Hays  C  E  Miss,  res  2  Forty- fourth 

Hays  Cecilia  Mrs,  dressmaker,  804  Franklin 

Hays  Edwin  B,  carpenter,  res  1672  Lincoln 

Hays  James  P,  res  2  Forty-fourth 

Hays  Maggie  B  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  804  Franklin 

Hays  Montgomery,  expressman,  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway  and 
Franklin,  res  2  Forty-fourth 

Hays  N  P  Mrs,  res  2  Forty-fourth  —       . 

Hays  Patrick,  res  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Adeline 

Hays  Sarah,  dressmaker,  res  1672  Lincoln 

HAYS  W  P,  butcher,  1157  East  Fourteenth,  res  609  Park 

Hayse  J  F,  driver  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co 

Havselden  Annie  Mrs,  res  360  East  Sixteenth 

Hazeltine  William  I,  compositor  S  F  Bulletin,  res  1684  Taylor 

Hazen  Charles  C  Dr,  res  1419  Twelfth  ave 

Head  John  H,  sawyer  Eagle  Box  Factory,  res  1009  Third 


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Heaffey  William,  laborer,  res  404  Thirteenth 

Heald  Allen,  miner,  res  1120  Ninth  ave 

Heald  Bruce,  res  Golden  Eagle  Hotel 

Heald  Fred  S,  carpenter,  res  1120  Ninth  ave 

Healey  Annie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Healey  James,  harness  cleaner  Dexter  Stables,  res  736  Linden 

Healey  M  J,  tailor,  res  459  Twelfth 

Healey  Stephen,  lamp  lighter  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co, 
res  1173  Third 

Health  Office,  D  D  Crowley  health  officer,  510  Fifteenth 

Healy — ,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1803  Seventh 

Healy  C  S,  res  e  s  Forty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Healy  Edward  M,  tailor  M  J  Healy,  res  861  Harrison 

Healy  Henry,  laborer,  res  731 J  Henry 

Healy  James,  harness  cleaner  Dexter  Stables,  res  736  Linden 

Healy  Jeremiah,  laborer,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Healy  Jesse,  physician,  1012  Clay 

Healy  John,  paper  hanger  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  861  Harrison 

Healy  Maggie,  domestic,  1221  Myrtle 

Healy  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Healy  Maggie  Miss,  res  1711  Seventh 

Healy  Michael,  laborer,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Healy  Morris  J,  tailor,  459  Twelfth,  res  861  Harrison 

Healy  Patrick,  sewer  contractor,  res  814  Brush 

Healy  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1323  Myrtle 

Heaney  Ann  Mrs,  res  711  Sixth 

Heaney  Annie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1218 
Cypress 

Heaney  Honor  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1218 
Cypress 

Heaney  Kate  Miss,  res  252  Eighth 

Hearn  Daniel  J,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1763  Atlantic 

Hearon  P  W,  laster  Went  worth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,  res  1359 
Peralta 

Hearon  Waiter  P,  shoemaker,  res  1359  Peralta 

Heaten  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  759  Campbell 

Heath  Charles  R,  first  officer  steamer  Oakland,  res  964  Kirkham 

Heath  George  L.,  neck  wear,  res  658  Eighth 

Heath  Virginia  D  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1512  Taylor 

Heather  S,  res  Winsor  House 

Heathman  J,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1060  Seventh  ave 

Heaton  Charles  A,  printer,  S  F,  res  1216  Filbert 

Heaton  Frances  Mrs,  teacher  literature,  rhetoric  and  English, 
Field  Seminary 

Heaton  Jennie  Miss,  res  1225  Webster 

Heaton  Mary  C  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1216  Filbert 

Heaton  Thomas  L,  professor  of  sciences  and  taxidermy  Field  Sem- 
inary, res  1825  Telegraph  ave 


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Heaton  Warren,  fire  insurance  and  real  estate,  1014  Broadway, 
res  1216  Filbert 

Heaton  Warren  D,  res  1225  Webster 

Heatwole  Andrew  D,  contractor,  res  West  Oakland  House 

Hebert  Julius,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  848  Isabella 

Hebrew  Cemetery,  terminus  Webster 

Hecht  Louisa  Mrs,  res  537  Eighteenth 

Heckel  W  F,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1803  Seventh 

Heckert  William,  baker  New  York  Bakery,  res  403  Twelfth 

Heck  man  Francis  C,  shoemaker,  859  Wood,  res  1720  Twelfth 

Heckman  Frank  T,  clerk  Theodore  Herman,  S  F,  res  1720  Twelfth 

Hecox  E  C  Mrs,  dressmaker,  418  Twelfth 

Hedemark  Andrew,  carpet   layer    McGovern  &  Cahill,  res    119 
Hannah 

Hedges  E  R  Mrs,  res  Blake  House 

Hedrick  Lyman,  dentist,  res  603  Park  ave 

Heenan  Dennis,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Heeseimann  Charles,  clerk  Salinger's,  res  513  Eleventh 

Heeseman    Guarad   F,  salesman  C   &    A   Nordhausen,  res    513 
Eleventh 

Heffield  Harvey  J,  painter,  res  1725  Myrtle 

Heflin  H  M,  new  and  second-hand  furniture,  752  and  754  Seventh, 
res  857  Brush 

Hefty  Berger,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1880  Seventh 

Hefty  Carrie  Miss,  bookkeeper  Davis  &  Bro,  S  F,  res  806  Franklin 

Hefty  Eiima  Miss,  student,  res  806  Franklin 

Hefty  Mathias,  carpenter,  res  806  Franklin 

Hegaman  Louisa  Mrs,  res  558  Twentieth    - 

Hegan  John,  carpenter,  res  483  Merrimac 

Heger  D  C,  traveling  salesman  M  J  Keller,  1007  Broadway 

Heggadorn    Celina    Miss,    res   Twenty-sixth   ave    nr   East    Six- 
teenth 

Heggadorn  George  H,  laborer,  res  Twenty-sixth  ave  nr  East  Six- 
teenth 

Heibner  Theresa  Miss,  spooler  California  Cotton  Mills,  res   367 
Third 

Heider  Ernest  F,  sign  writer,  res  5 08 J  Fifteenth 

Heider  Frank  B,  clerk  George  B  Flint,  res  Clarendon  House 

Heidt  Andrew,  dish  washer  Alta  House 

Heilmann  Lizzie  Miss,  nurse,  res  1216  Brush 

Heim  Julius  F  H,  dry  goods,  S  F,  res  1361  Market 

Heimann  H,  peddler,  res  267  Third 

Heimbold  J  F,  contractor,  res  1411  Franklin 

Heimerle  Eva  Mrs,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 

Heinay  Sarah  Mrs,  res  1157  Franklin 

Heine  Adolph,  Home  Bakery,  1263  San  Pablo  ave 

Heinimann  Amy  Miss,  res  East   Twenty-seventh  bet   Twenty- 
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Heinimann  John  M,  res  East  Twenty -seventh  bet  Twenty-second 

and  Twenty-third  aves 
Heinimann  Michael,  physician  and  surgeon,  S  F,  res  East  Twenty- 
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Heinke  Bruno,  printer,  res  942  Magnolia 
Heinold  Conrad,  bookkeeper,  res  542  Webster      » 
Heinold  John  M.  saloon,  542  Webster,  res  305  Second 
Heinze  August,  clerk  L  Peres,  res  Bushell  House 
Heiser  Rosie  L,  res  1132  Linden 
Heitmann  William  D,  iron  worker  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works, 

res  665  Webster 
Held  August,  res  1528J  Broadway 

Held  Ernest,  barber,  466  Twelfth,  res  NE  cor  Brush  and  Twelfth 
Held  George,  barber,  res  584  Twentieth 

Held  George,  cash  boy  Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung,  res  369  Thirteenth 
Held  Gertrude  Miss,  teacher  languages,  res  1528 J  Broadway 
Held  John,  bartender  W  F  De  Laney,  res  369  Thirteenth 
Held  Justus,  cigars  and  tobacco,  res  1666  Telegraph  ave 
Held  Margaret  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  15 28 \  Broadway 
Heleker  John,  cooper  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  736  Henry 
Heleker  Joseph,  employe   Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  736 

Henry 
Heleker  Peter,  laborer,  res  736  Henry 
Helems  E  J  Mrs,  housekeeper  and  nurse,  res  1717  Eighth 
Heller  Joseph,  restaurant,  916  Broadway,  res  Oriental  House 
Heller  Paul,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  833  Myrtle 
Hellman  Bertha  Miss,  res  1684  Lincoln 
Hellman  Regina  Mrs,  varieties,  1684  Lincoln 
Hellman  S,  tailor  M  J  Keller,  res  Chase  off  Pine 
Hellman  Solomon,  tailor,  res  1684  Lincoln 
Hellocker  John,  helper   Pacific   Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res  736 

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Helman  Jacob,  res  Market  Street  Block 
Helmet  Martin,  Market  Street  Boarding  House 
Helmig  Martin,  laborer  Pacific    Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res  624 

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Helmke  &  Brunje  (C  Helmke  and  John  Brunje)  groceries,  1550 

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Helmke  Charles  (Westermann  &  Co)  res  1457  Fifth 
Helmke  Conrad  (Helmke  &  Brunje)  res  1552  Broadway 
Helmke  John,  with  Helmke  &  Brunje,  res  1551J  Broadway 
Helorin  James,  laborer,  S  F,  res  1659i  Eighth 
Helsel  S,  porter  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  Stewarts  Hotel 
Helsel  S  J,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Helvorsen  Annie,  nurse,  res  1226  Thirtieth 
Helvorsen  John,  carpenter,  res  1226  Thirtieth 
Hemenway  E  H  Miss,  housekeeper,  res  1301  Clay 
Hemenway  Emeline  H,  nurse,  res  508J  Fifteenth 


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Hemenway  E  T  Mrs,  res  1118  Linden 

Hemenway  Sylvester,  res  1118  Linden 

Hemmers  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  2207  San  Pablo  ave 

Hemmers  Theresa,  seamstress,  res  2207  San  Pablo  ave 

Hemmicken  Nick,  gardener,  res  2201  Broadway 

Hem  in  ik  R,  plasterer,  res  Capitol  Hotel 

Hemphill  Charles  F,  baker,  res  755  Clay 

Hemphill  Louis,  baker,  res  755  Clay 

Hemphill  Uriah,  res  755  Clay 

Hempstead  Addie  Frances,  artist,  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstead  Emma  R,  teacher,  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstead  Frank  C,  clerk  drugstore,  Los  Angeles,  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstead  J  M  Mrs,  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstead  Mabel  S  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  729  Tenth  - 

Hempstead  Nannie  Mrs,- dressmaker  J  F  Wood,  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstead  W  C  F,  physician  res  729  Tenth 

Hempstea-l  William  E,  carpenter,  res  729  Tenth 

Henas  &  Cardozo  (Manuel  HeDas  and  Anton  F  Cardozo)  grocers, 

930  East  Fourteenth 
Henas  Manuel  (Henas  &  Cardozo)  930  East  Fourteenth 
Henderson  Alexander  S,  house  mover,  res  1906  Broadway 
Henderson    Daniel    D,   carriage  painter,   Eleventh   nr  Franklin, 

res  320  East  Eighth 
Henderson  David  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  480  Edwards 
Penderson  Dwight  A,  collector  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing 

Co,  res  1067  Willow 
Henderson  Frank  W,  tinner  S  P  Co,  res  S  F 
Henderson  George  L,  clerk,  S  F,  bds  767  Alice 
Henderson  George  W,  house  mover,  res  1906  Broadway 
Henderson  &  Girard  (William  J  Henderson  and  J  P  Girard)  billiard 

parlor,  472  Ninth 
Henderson  H,  carpenter,  res  411  Fifteenth 
Henderson  Harry,  house  mover,  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Henderson  H  P,  rigger  S  P  Co,  res  852  Henry 
Henderson  H  R,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1607  Eleventh 
Henderson  James,   boiler  maker,  S  F,  res  1687  Eighth 
HENDERSON  JOHN   H    Renton  Coal  Co,  res  767  Alice 
Henderson  J  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Park  ave 
Henderson  M  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1683  Seventh 
Henderson    Oliver   P,  sawyer   Pacific    Coast   Planing  Mills,  res 

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Henderson  O  P,  dental  student  C  S  Lane,  res  970  Jefferson 
Henderson  Rebecca  T  Miss,  res  859  Castro 

Henderson  Samuel,  teamster  Renton  Coal  Co,  res  Winters  Hotel 
Henderson  Thomas  D,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 
HENDERSON  THOMAS  H,  secretary  Renton  Coal  Co,  S  F,  and 

413  Tenth,  Oakland,  res  767  Alice 
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370  OAKLAND 

Henderson  William  J  (Henderson  &  Girard)  res  630  Fourteenth 

Henderson  William,  master  mariner,  res  246  Ettie 

Henderson  William,  moulder,  res  833  Campbell 

Hendrickson  Charles  E,  janitor  post-office,  res  La  Clede  House 

Hendrickson  G  R,  lamp  dealer,  S  F,  res  212  Second 

Hendrickson  Ives,  laborer,  res  481  Twenty-fourth 

Hendrickson  John,  carpenter,  res  726  Center 

Hendrickson  Simon,  carpenter,  res  726  Center 

Hendrix  Clifford  E,  blacksmith,  East  Oakland,  res  763  Sixteenth 

Hendry  Joseph,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  516  Seventeenth 

Hendry  R  Mrs,  dressmaker,  516  Seventeenth 

Heneeker  Nicholas,  laborer,  res  412  Twenty-sixth 

Henerv  Thomas,  broommaker,  res  Home  for  Adult  Blind 

Henessy  John,  plumber,  res  736  Henry 

Henessy  William,  carpenter,  r  s  736  Henry 

Henkel  Carrie  E  Mrs,  res  1037  Linden 

Henken  J  F,  saloon,  901  East  Fourteenth,  res  1126  Eighteenth  ave 

Henkenius  J  C,  civil  engineer,  res  566  Twenty-fourth 

Henneberry  A  J,  teamster,  res  1814  Taylor 

Henneberry  Minnie  Miss,  type  writer,  S  F,  res  1675  Twelfth 

Henneberry  Thomas  P,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  1675  Twelfth 

Hennery  Ella  Mrs,  res  814  Clay 

Hennesey  John  E,  principal  Oarvill  School,  res  316  Seventh 

Hennessey  James,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1820  Goss 

Hennessey  Morris,  tanner  and  currier,  res  1820  Goss 

Hennessey  William,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1523  Fifth 

Hennessy  Simon,  cook  Washington  Hotel 

Hennig  F  M,  gardener  James  Hutchison,  res  1814  Telegraph  ave 

Henning  Henry  A,  res  1020  Willow 

Henning  John  B,  carpenter,  1020  Willow 

Henninger  Frederick,  shoemaker,  1309  San  Pablo  ave 

Henninger  John  A,  propr  Grand  Western  Hotel  and  Restaurant, 

1756  and  1758  Seventh 
Hennings  Annie  Miss,  teacher  Lock  wood  School,  res  1652  Four- 
teenth 
Hennings  John,  bartender  John  Kayser,  res  820  Harrison 
Hennings  Martin,  delivery  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1652  Fourteenth 
Hennings  Michael  N,  upholsterer  C  L  Taylor,  res  1652  Fourteenth 
Hennings  Robert  A,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1652  Fourteenth 
Henon  Charles  W,  brick  mason,  res  654  Jackson 
Henon  Paul,  brick  layer,  res  654  Jackson 
Henos  M,  groceries,  930  East  Fourteenth 

Henrichs  August  (Henrichs  &  Haesloop,  S  F)  res  950  Kirkham 
Henrichs  Mary  Mrs,  res  New  York  Hotel 
Henrioulle  John  B,  liquor  dealer,  S  F,  res  1369  Seventh 
Henry  Ashman  C,  city  clerk  and  treas  City  Hall,  res  1221  Har- 
rison 
Henry  Axtell,  engineer  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  East  Oakland 


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Henry  Charles  A,  clerk  W  L  Prather,  res  1221  Harrison 
Henry  Etta,  finisher  Cal  Hosiery  Co,  res  1117  Thirteenth  ave 
Henry  Francis,  miner,  res  626  East  Fourteenth 
Henry  G  S,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1221  Harrison 
Henry  G  S  Mrs,  artist,  res  1221  Harrison 
Henry  House,  D  L  Campbell  propr,  462  Ninth 
Henry  John  G,  stock  dealer,  S  F,  res  858  Alice 
Henry  J  \V  Rev,  clergyman,  res  1^258  Eleventh  ave 
Henry  T  S  (Weitman  &  Henry)  res  1221  Harrison 
Henry  William,  machinist,  res  1624  Linden 

Henry  William    W,  commission   merchant,  S  F,  res  1719   Thir- 
teenth 
Henry  W  W  Mrs,  lodgings,  504  Thirteenth 
Henseler  A  B  Mrs,  res  919  Thirty-sixth 
Henseler  Mary  B  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  919  Thirty-sixth 
Hensey  Samuel,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1710  Chase 
Henshaw  Edward  T  (Taylor  &  Co)  res  1221   Linden 
Henshaw  F  W,  police  judge,  City  Hall,  res  941   Myrtle 
Henshaw  John  C,  lumber  dealer,  res  1221  Linden 
Henshaw  Sarah  E  Mrs,  res  941  Myrtle 

Henshaw  Tyler,  cashier  H  P  Gregory  &  Co,  S  F,  res  941  Myrtle 
Henshaw  William  G,  pres  Morning  Times  Co  and  real  estate  with 

William  J  Dingee,  res  276  East  Fourteenth 
Hensler  Louisa   Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa   Laundry,  res  919 

Thirty-sixth 
Hensley  John  H,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Eagle  Hotel 
Henston  Joseph,  night  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1479  Twelfth  ave 
Henton  Griffith,  carpenter,  res  2422  Telegraph  ave 
Hentze  A  Miss,  res  1103 J  Broadway 
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